détenteur de D.E.

French term or phrase:détenteur de D.E.
Selected answer:détenteur de la decision d'enregistrement
Entered by: Louise Etheridge

09:47 Sep 30, 2014
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French language (monolingual) [PRO]
Medical - Medical: Pharmaceuticals / Drug insert
French term or phrase: détenteur de D.E.
This appears on a drug insert I am translating, no more context than that I'm afraid. It just appears like that and then the drug and pharmaceutical company name. It's right at the bottom of the insert. The only term that springs to mind is 'Marketing Authorisation Holder' but I know it's not written like this in French (at least I haven't seen it written that way). I can't find anything on google, even with a search of the company name.

Many thanks
Louise Etheridge
United Kingdom
Local time: 20:53

2 +1holder of a state-recognised degree
Philippe Etienne

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holder of a state-recognised degree

D.E. may mean Diplôme d'Etat (pharma/medicine)

Philippe Etienne
Local time: 21:53
Works in field
Native speaker of: Native in FrenchFrench
Notes to answerer
Asker: Dear Philippe, many thanks for your suggestion. As I mentioned, this refers to a company, so I'm not sure whether it would fit in this instance. Let's see what other suggestions come in...

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agree  Maria Constant (X): I would opt for diploma as opposed to degree though.
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