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EMA: Public consultation open on concept paper on pharmacogenomics in evaluation of authorised medicines

January 26, 2012 – I am relaying the information below by the EMA to the readers of this blog. It might be interessting to dwell into this concept paper (as a scientist, a treating physician, or an informed patient) for informations only or even for commenting.

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 The European Medicines Agency (EMA) has released a concept paper on the development of a guideline on the evaluation of pharmacogenomic methodologies in the evaluation of authorised medicines for public consultation.

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