Regulators in US, EU, Japan Move Toward Common PGx Approaches | GenomeWeb

Two recent complementary agreements between international regulatory agencies — a nascent effort by the International Conference on Harmonization and a joint genomic data-submission document produced by the US Food and Drug Administration and the European Medicines Agency — may help to establish a common pharmacogenomic language for regulators and drug makers.

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