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U.S. Takes Inspection Appeal To WHO

This article was originally published in PharmAsia News

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On the heels of signing two memoranda of understanding with China, the United States says it wants an international certification system for imported products. Health and Human Services Secretary Mike Leavitt signed the memoranda during a recent trip to China, requiring China to strengthen its own safety checks on drug supplies. Speaking to the annual assembly of the World Health Organization in Geneva, Leavitt said no nation could ensure the safety of imported products by inspecting at its borders. Instead, they rely on a "collaborative system of international standards and local controls." (Click here for more
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