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Amended procedure for sending, communicating and publishing letters and decisions
The Veterinary Medicinal Products Unit has set in motion a number of changes to the sending, communicating and publishing letters ...
Form for specifying an e-mail address for receipt of digital decisions
As from 1 October, the Veterinary Medicinal Products Unit will no longer send marketing authorisations in hard copy. We ask all ...
Changes to application forms and invitation to participate in the Veterinary Medicines Information Database survey
The new Veterinary Medicinal Products Regulation came into force on 28 January 2022. Among many other consequences, this ...
All MEB correspondence on human medicines will in future be sent by email
From 1 July 2022, all correspondence from the Medicines Evaluation Board on human medicines will be sent by email. Correspondence ...
MEB Annual Report 2021: Looking ahead
The coronavirus had a big impact on the year 2021, just like it did in 2020. It made 2021 very special year once again. In the ...
Amended policy on national implementation of additional risk minimisation measures
The Medicines Evaluation Board (MEB) has amended its policy for the national implementation of additional risk minimisation ...
Regulatory Science Magazine on academic drug development
The academic world plays a key role in drug discovery and development. However, bringing drugs to market is challenging and ...
Medicines available faster due to simultaneous assessment
The National Health Care Institute joined forces with the Medicines Evaluation Board to develop a method that would give patients ...
The growing importance of patient registers for the assessment of medicines
Research by the Julius Center (a division of UMC Utrecht), UMC Groningen and the Medicines Evaluation Board reveals that patient ...
European Commission publishes statement on interpretation of Article 152, paragraph 2
The European Commission has listened to concerns regarding a difference in interpretation of the transitional provision in ...