EU law on pharmacovigilance set for parliamentary vote in September
This article was originally published in Scrip
The European Parliament plans to formally vote on proposed European Union legislation aimed at strengthening the pharmacovigilance framework on 22 September 2010. Vibha Sharma reports from a press conference hosted by EU Member of Parliament Linda McAvan, in London, on 12 July.
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