India approved 26 drugs without clinical trials

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New Delhi: Officials in the Indian health ministry have admitted that about 26 new drug molecules were given approval since 2010 without conducting any proper clinical trials on local population to test their safety and efficacy. Despite strict instructions by the parliamentary standing committee on health, so many new drugs have continued to make their way into the market.

19 August 2013 Officials in the Indian health ministry has accepted that about 26 new drugs were permitted for sale in the country without holding any clinical trials on Indian patients to test their safety and efficacy –

Read more at: http://www.biospectrumasia.com/biospectrum/news/193708/india-approved-26-drugs-clinical-trials#.UhHPwaI3CSo

 

 

 

DR A.M. CRASTO

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