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CMC Strategy Forum LATAM 2014

21 Aug 2014 - 22 Aug 2014 - Brasilia, Brazil



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We are very pleased that with the strong support from ANVISA-National Health Surveillance Agency, as well as GrupoFarma Brasil, Interfarma and several other Latin America regulatory agencies that we are launching the CMC Strategy Forum Latin America 2014 to be held 21-22 August 2014 at the Allia Gran Hotel Brasilia Suites in Brasilia, Brasil. 

Regulatory updates relevant for Latin America will be presented by ANVISA, ANMET (Argentina), CECMED (Cuba), DIGEMID (Peru) and ISP (Chile). The technical sessions will include discussions on Biotherapeutics: Change Classification and Data Requirements – Post Approval Changes; Design, Scope and Limitations of Bioassays; and Validation, Qualification and Transfer of Analytical Methods. Please refer to the Web site – www.casss.org – for the preliminary program outline. 

The Forum is organized by CASSS, a non-profit professional membership society that provides networking and peer-to-peer learning opportunities for professionals involved in the development and regulation of biopharmaceutical products worldwide. 




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