European Medicines Agency website on suspected side effect reports now in all 23 EU official languages
The European Medicines Agency has launched its website on suspected side-effect reports for medicines authorised in the European Economic Area (EEA) in the remaining 22 official European Union (EU) languages.
The website was originally launched in English on May 31 this year.
The reports available on the website come directly from the European Union (EU) medicines safety database EudraVigilance, and are one of the many types of data used by regulators to monitor the benefits and risks of a medicine once authorised.
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