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Rules For Labelling And Advertising Food And Beverages In Mexico
In the last years, Mexico has been facing a rise in health issues connected to poor diet and drinking habits.
Mexico
12 Dec 2018
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Medical Patent Prior Examination Fast Tracking – New Resolution From The Brazilian Patent And Trademark Office
On May 8, 2018, the Brazilian Patent and Trademark Office (INPI) published Resolution No. 218, which amends Resolution number 80 of March 19, 2013.
Brazil
15 May 2018
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How Do Fake Drugs And Chinese Counterfeit Medicine Impact Latin America & Its Pharmaceutical Industry?
Fake drugs impact so many aspects of society, it is hard to really wrap your arms around the problem. Public health, law enforcement, hospitals, drugstores and yes, even large pharma conglomerates.
Worldwide
13 Jan 2017
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Adulterated Wash Products In The Market
On August, 5, 2016, Argentineans were warned about adulterated products for washing clothes by the Argentinean National Administration of Medicines, Food and Medical Technology (ANMAT).
Argentina
23 Dec 2016
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Unique Drug Identifier Required For New Sanitary Registrations
The Directorate of Drugs and Biological Products of the Colombian MoH– now requires the pharmaceutical drug industry to submit the corresponding Unique Drug Identifier...
Colombia
16 Dec 2016
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Opioid Analgesics: Safety Labeling Changes
The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is warning of several safety issues regarding opioid analgesics.
Worldwide
16 Dec 2016
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Mexican Health Authority Working With Germany And Denmark
The Mexican Health Authority (COFEPRIS) has recently signed joint declarations with Germany and Denmark to promote and strengthen the cooperation and exchange of good practices regarding health risks.
Mexico
14 Dec 2016
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Patentability Of Polymorphs
Polymorphs are considered crucial in the development of new pharmaceutical products, since the different crystalline forms of a drug may have different physicochemical properties...
Colombia
14 Dec 2016
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Mexico And Korea Strengthen Bonds Of Cooperation Concerning Health Issues
The head of the Federal Commission for Protection against Health Risks, Julio Sanchez y Tépoz, met with a delegation of Korean government representatives to help strengthen the communication...
Mexico
14 Dec 2016
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New Post-Approval Changes Of Drug Products
On March 22, 2016, the Brazilian Health Authority (ANVISA) approved the amendments of Regulation RDC 48/2009, which refers to the post-approval changes of drug products.
Brazil
13 Dec 2016
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PTO Supports Local Products
The Bolivian PTO (National Service of Intellectual Property – SENAPI) recently organized a workshop with national and international experts aimed at outlining technical guidelines...
Bolivia
13 Dec 2016
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Health Authority Seeks Simplification Of Procedures
The ANMAT has launched a public consultation aimed at simplifying the registration of almost 30 pharmaceutical active ingredients. The list includes both nonprescription, referred to as "over-the-counter"...
Argentina
13 Dec 2016
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Registration Of Food Products Now Online Only
Beginning April 7, 2016, the registration of food products before the INAL, a division of the ANMAT, can only be made electronically through the Federal Information System for Food Control Management.
Argentina
13 Dec 2016
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Local PTO Strengthens Policing Of PISCO ´s DO
The Peruvian PTO administrators of the Designation of Origin Pisco and the Regulatory Council of Pisco are working together to reinforce the administration of the DO Pisco by means of modifying, . . .
Peru
12 Dec 2016
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Local Health Authority Signed A Draft Of Cooperation Agreement With El Salvador
The Brazilian National Health Surveillance Authority (Anvisa) signed a cooperation project with the Republic of El Salvador through the local regulatory agency for medicine...
Brazil
12 Dec 2016
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Health Authority Seeks To Join PICS Scheme
In February 2016, Mexico updated its regulations 059 and 164 regarding the GMP of drugs and active pharmaceutical products with the goal of joining the Pharmaceutical Inspection Cooperation Scheme.
Mexico
12 Dec 2016
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Latin American Health Agencies Agree Regarding Online Drug Sales
Health agencies of Mexico, Spain, Colombia, Paraguay and Central America, signed a letter of intent aiming to strengthen joint surveillance on the sale of medicines over the Internet and reduce health risk.
Worldwide
8 Dec 2016
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Drug Registration Hits New High
According to the recent statistics released by the Brazilian Health Surveillance Agency (ANVISA), 742 medicines were registered in Brazil in 2015, a 105 percent overall increase over 2014.
Brazil
7 Dec 2016
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Key Decision On Tobacco Packaging Regulation
The World Bank's International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes ruled in favor of Uruguay, ordering Philip Morris International to cover Uruguay's legal fees, in excess of $7 million.
Uruguay
24 Nov 2016
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Health Alert For Counterfeited Medical Products
The Costa Rican Ministry of Health warned the general public about counterfeit medicine discovered in Guatemala under a Resolution dated May 10, 2016.
Argentina
12 Sep 2016
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