India Chapter of Partnership for Safe Medicines (PSM) Advocates Uniform Standards for Drugs with Tracing and Tracking System
New Delhi, 15 February, 2013:For the first time in India as a pilot, patients can get their medicines tested in accredited Government-approved laboratories at extremely low cost with support from Partnership for Safe Medicines India Initiative.
“This will establish trust on the quality and existing regulatory standards between the manufacturers and the consumers” said Mr. P. D. Sheth, Vice President of the International Pharmaceutical Federation.
A draft proposed methodology was released today at the India Habitat Centre, New Delhi, for public comments and wide circulation amongst all the stakeholders, prior to its official launch. This proposed innovative initiative will be launched as a pilot to study the extent of spurious and not-of-standards medicines in India and adopt policies to ensure safety and quality in the supply chain.
REPORTS & DOCUMENTS RELEASED AT THE OPEN HOUSE CONSULTATION ON 15th FEB. 2013
MINISTRY OF HEALTH , WHO, and Partnership for Safe Medicines ( PSM) india declare measures to curb spurious and not-of- standard medicines.
Shri. Sudip Bandyopadhyay, Hon’ble Minister of State, Health and Family Welfare, Govt. of India was the chief guest of the occasion.
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