Diverging EU Health Regulations: The urgent need for coordination and convergence

Clinical research is bound to very complex legal framework. The article “Diverging EU Health Regulations: The urgent need for coordination and convergence” urges the European Commission to take actions and harmonize these legislations.

The three article’s authors: EORTC Director General, Denis Lacombe; EORTC Director of Special Projects, Françoise Meunier and EORTC Head of International Policy Department & DPO, Anastassia Negrouk are giving their opinion.

The article is available online, containing full bibliographic details.


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