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COVID-19 conversations
June 2020
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International regulators met recently at a COVID-19 workshop organized by the European Medicines Agency (EMA) under the auspices of the International Coalition of Medicines Regulatory Authorities, which was co-chaired by the EMA and Health Canada. The purpose of the workshop was to discuss how data gathered during clinical practice and evidence from clinical trials of possible therapeutics or vaccines could bolster each other, with observational studies of real-world data in rounding out results from clinical trials. Participants shared insight into ongoing and pending trials, protocols and procedures, according to an EMA press release. Previous workshops covered vaccine development and compassionate use programs. As noted in the release, “These workshops underline the need and commitment by regulators to cooperate and improve information-sharing globally in relation to the research and development of treatments and vaccines against COVID-19.”

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