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Sino-U.S. Collaboration On Drug Standards

This article was originally published in PharmAsia News

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The Chinese Pharmacopoeia Commission and the U.S. Pharmacopeia Convention jointly hosted the third Sino-U.S. pharmacopoeia summit in Tianjin earlier this month. With the theme of drug quality control and standards, the summit aimed at improving communication and cooperation in drug standards between both nations. All projects in an MOU signed by ChPC and USP last March are underway, some of which are in the implementation stage (PharmAsia News, Sept. 17, 2007). ChPC Secretary-General Wu Zhen pointed out that the two countries should enhance collaboration and coordination in the field of traditional medicine. USP CEO Roger Williams expressed hope that the American standards-setting organization's development in South East Asia will be boosted by greater Chinese support in TCM standards formulation. (Click here for more - Chinese Language)
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