Mohamed Yehia
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Egypt,
2021-02-22 17:32
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 Regulations about bioequivalence studies in Turkey [Regulatives / Guidelines]

Dear All,

For the acceptance of bioequivalence studies for local Turkish pharmaceutical companies; is it obligatory for the study to be carried out on people living inside Turkey or it is accepted to be done in any other country rather than Turkey?

I need an answer asap. :confused:

Thanks.

Yours Sincerely,
M.Yehia


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akif
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Turkey,
2021-03-23 06:46
(211 d 11:08 ago)

@ Mohamed Yehia
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 Regulations about bioequivalence studies in Turkey

Hi M.Yediha,

It is not must to perform in Turkey with Turkish people. We are performing sometime it india and some arabian country as well.

regards


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Mohamed Yehia
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Egypt,
2021-03-28 16:36
(206 d 02:18 ago)

@ akif
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 Regulations about bioequivalence studies in Turkey

» It is not must to perform in Turkey with Turkish people. We are performing sometime it india and some arabian country as well.

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