• Colombia, Chile and Mexico advance on issues of pharmaceutical cooperation and reduce the gap in bioequivalence
• Within the framework of the meeting held in Medellin, Colombia, the regulatory authorities created a permanent technical team to consolidate harmonization and regulatory convergence
• Regional integration in regulatory matters responds to presidential mandates, has a long-term scope and clear benefits for the health of the population

In the framework of the meeting of the Inter-institutional Cooperation Agreement between Regulatory Authorities of the Pacific Alliance, which took place on March 1 and 2 in Medellín, Colombia, the authorities of Colombia, Chile and Mexico signed a commitment on Friday that will speed up the registration of medicines in the Region.


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