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Mexican Health Authority Working With Germany And Denmark
The Mexican Health Authority (COFEPRIS) has recently signed joint declarations with Germany and Denmark to promote and strengthen the cooperation and exchange of good practices regarding health risks.
Mexico
14 Dec 2016
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Mexico And Korea Strengthen Bonds Of Cooperation Concerning Health Issues
The head of the Federal Commission for Protection against Health Risks, Julio Sanchez y Tépoz, met with a delegation of Korean government representatives to help strengthen the communication...
Mexico
14 Dec 2016
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Local Health Authority Signed A Draft Of Cooperation Agreement With El Salvador
The Brazilian National Health Surveillance Authority (Anvisa) signed a cooperation project with the Republic of El Salvador through the local regulatory agency for medicine...
Brazil
12 Dec 2016
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Health Authority Seeks To Join PICS Scheme
In February 2016, Mexico updated its regulations 059 and 164 regarding the GMP of drugs and active pharmaceutical products with the goal of joining the Pharmaceutical Inspection Cooperation Scheme.
Mexico
12 Dec 2016
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ANVISA Improves Timeframes For Medical Device Market Applications
According to an analysis of data from the Brazilian Health Surveillance Agency performed the Medical Device Consulting EMERGO, Brazilian regulators for the medical device market have reduced timeframes in 2015...
Brazil
9 Dec 2016
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Latin American Health Agencies Agree Regarding Online Drug Sales
Health agencies of Mexico, Spain, Colombia, Paraguay and Central America, signed a letter of intent aiming to strengthen joint surveillance on the sale of medicines over the Internet and reduce health risk.
Worldwide
8 Dec 2016
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Drug Registration Hits New High
According to the recent statistics released by the Brazilian Health Surveillance Agency (ANVISA), 742 medicines were registered in Brazil in 2015, a 105 percent overall increase over 2014.
Brazil
7 Dec 2016
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