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Maximizing Regulatory Resources Across Latin America

PAHO assessment helps build trust among regulatory authorities and industry stakeholders, and pushes both to be their best

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    Casey Walker
    “There were a few of her patients who were victims of substance abuse, and seeing how my aunt provided care for them inspired me to discover methods to treat victims such as these with a career in pharmacy.”
    Doctor of Pharmacy Candidate, Howard University
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    Jingsong Wang
    “We still have a lot of unmet medical and patient needs that can only be addressed when the community (including researchers, physicians, and policymakers) decide to work together. This is happening more and more in recent years, the outcomes of which you see in some of the most advanced medicines and healthcare systems available today.”
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    Kim Quaintance-Lunn
    “The greatest challenge in my view is the lack of harmonization among global health authorities. I will moderate that statement by saying that we should not harmonize for the sake of harmonization. We should harmonize to the best practice.”
    Vice President and Head, Regulatory Policy, North American Regulatory Affairs, Bayer
“There were a few of her patients who were victims of substance abuse, and seeing how my aunt provided care for them inspired me to discover methods to treat victims such as these with a career in pharmacy.”

Casey Walker

Doctor of Pharmacy Candidate, Howard University