Under the new guidance, Development Safety Update Reports must include a description of the process used to review the worldwide safety data of the investigational drug.
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The Canadian Government is funding studies to establish ketamine as a safe and effective treatment for patients with bipolar depression.
Health Canada has proposed a single regulatory framework for clinical trials for all health products that will support innovation and streamline drug and medical device development.
The International Coalition of Medicines Regulatory Authorities (ICMRA) and WHO are calling on pharma to provide voluntary unrestricted access to trial results data.
Starting with the publication of clinical data used to support the authorisations of the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine, EMA and Health Canada said they will continue the open access approach for all COVID-19 vaccines.
In this article, we investigate three of the latest developments in COVID-19 therapeutics that are delivered intranasally.
Canada becomes the third country to approve Pfizer and BioNTech’s mRNA COVID-19 vaccine BNT162b2 for emergency use - after UK and Bahrain.
The Canadian government has agreed that Janssen will supply the country with 38 million doses of its COVID-19 vaccine, while Novavax has agreed to supply 76 million doses if its vaccine.
Following the recall of Spartan Bioscience's COVID-19 test by Health Canada, a report suggests this demonstrates the challenges associated with rapid approval.
The first regulatory approval for Cabenuva (cabotegravir and rilpivirine) has been granted by Health Canada, in conjunction with use of Vocabria.
The EMA will collaborate with other medicine regulatory bodies globally in a pilot programme to inspect sterile medicine manufacturers.
The pharmaceutical company Sanofi is voluntarily recalling its OTC Zantac products in the US and Canada due possible contamination with NDMA.
A new initiative has already collaboratively reviewed applications for two oncology drugs, allowing for simultaneous decisions in three countries.
Health Canada has published new guidance for manufacturers of higher-risk 3D-printed medical devices.
Previously unpublished information from the clinical trial that the FDA relied on to approve the most commonly prescribed medicine for nausea in pregnancy indicates the drug is not effective...