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China’s Ministry Of Health To Specify Administration Responsibility

This article was originally published in PharmAsia News

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According to China's Ministry of Health, its proposed bill of determining function, organization structure and staff allocation has been approved by the State Council. This means MOH will now oversee State FDA. The adjustment is mainly in four aspects: MOH will administer SFDA and State Administration of Traditional Chinese Medicine; SFDA will transfer the responsibilities of overall coordination of food safety and major food safety incident inspection to MOH; a new healthcare service supervision bureau as well as bureau for pharmaceutical policy and national basic medicine system will be set up; and the responsibilities of relevant authorities on drug safety supervision will be clearly defined. (Click here for more - Chinese Language)
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