New EMA database on adverse drug reaction reports
Thread poster: Emma Goldsmith

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Spanish to English
Jun 1, 2012

Yesterday, the European Medicines Agency launched a new website called giving public online access to suspected adverse drug reaction reports in the form of a database run by EudraVigilance.

I've blogged about the new website and ADR terminology for translators at Signs&Symptoms of Translation. Enjoy!


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