ETHNIC FACTORS IN THE A OF FOREIGN CLINICAL D E5(R1)
ethnic factors* upon a medicine’s effect, i.e., its efficacy and safety at a particular dosage* and dose regimen*. It provides guidance with respect to regulatory and development strategies that will permit adequate evaluation of the influence of ethnic factors while minimizing duplication of clinical studies and supplying medicines
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