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Essai Bial /Biotrial: une expertise pas du tout conclusive par le CSST

27 avril 2016 – Ce message vient en essence de Medscape Francaise, titré “Essai Bial /Biotrial: une expertise non conclusive”, auteur Pascale Solère. Les considérations de l’auteur de cet article ci-dessous sont conformes dans de nombreuses parties avec ceux de thassodotcom.

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Essai clinique de Rennes: Rapport final du CSST (inhibiteurs de la FAAH)

19 avril 2016 – Enfin. Ce message vient de l’ANSM et se reflète dans leur formulation:

L’ANSM a publié le rapport final des travaux du Comité Scientifique Spécialisé Temporaire (CSST) sur les inhibiteurs de la FAAH (Fatty Acid Amide Hydrolase).

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Essai clinique de Rennes : Relevé de conclusions du CSST “Inhibiteurs de la FAAH”

Février 16, 2016 – L’Agence nationale de sécurité du médicament et des produits de santé (ANSM) publie le relevé de conclusions de la réunion du 15 février 2016 du Comité scientifique spécialisé temporaire (CSST) « Inhibiteurs de la FAAH ». Il s’agit d’un relevé de conclusions synthétique.

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