MHRA populates EudraGMP database
This article was originally published in Scrip
The MHRA, the UK medicines regulator, says it is the first agency in the European Economic Area to have the ability to transfer data electronically to the EudraGMP database, which contains information on manufacturing and importation authorisations, as well as on GMP certificates and inspections.
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