Australia to reduce regulatory burden for drugs and devices
This article was originally published in Scrip
Three experts are to conduct an independent assessment of Australia's Therapeutic Goods Administration with a view to streamlining the agency's regulatory processes for medicines and medical devices, improving access to medicines, and boosting productivity and competitiveness.
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