What are the responsibilities of cber, Biology

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Question 1:

Explain how drug approval is obtained through various Regulatory Bodies in India using a flow diagram?

  • List out the different regulatory bodies in India
  • List of Guidelines
  • Flow chart

Question 2:

Write a note on the following:

a) Hale Amendment
b) Low-Acid Canned Food Regulation
A Hale Amendment
Canner's Amendment

Question 3:

What are the responsibilities of CBER? How vaccines and blood products are regulated by CBER?

  • Expand CBER
  • Different responsibilities of CBER.
  • Explain briefly the importance of CBER in regulation of vaccines and blood products.

 


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