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MHRA

(in Britain) abbreviation for
(Medicine) Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency
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Sarah Branch, Deputy Director of MHRA's Vigilance and Risk Management of Medicines (VRMM) Division said: 'Women should be aware of this new information, so that it can be considered with the other risks and benefits of using HRT.
The MHRA performed a routine inspection of Calea UK at its registered site in Runcorn on 24-26 June 2019.
The probe immediately attracted criticism because it was run by the MHRA, which signed off the pills as safe in the first place.
Following a successful inspection by the MHRA, Sharp can now offer a range of clinical trial and commercial services from the $12million facility, including primary and secondary packaging with low humidity control, labelling, storage and distribution, QP services as well as controlled drug storage.
German biotechnology company MYR Pharma disclosed on Tuesday the receipt of the Promising Innovative Medicine (PIM) designation for its lead compound Bulevirtide (Myrcludex) for the indication of chronic hepatitis delta virus (HDV) infection, from the British Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA).
An MHRA spokesperson said: "The MHRA was closely involved in a European safety review of gadolinium containing contrast agents (GDCAs) which concluded in 2017.
Recipharm AB (STO:RECIB), a leading Contract Development and Manufacturing Organisation (CDMO) in the pharmaceutical industry, announced on Thursday that following a routine audit, the UK Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) has restricted the manufacturing licence for five non-critical highly potent products supplied from the Recipharm facility located in Ashton-u -Lyne, UK.
The MHRA said there was a "low risk" that the mould could make children unwell or cause a reaction, although to date there have been no reports of anyone being affected.
The MHRA carried out the warrants as part of an investigation into a suspected network of illegal drug selling worth millions of pounds.
Now the MHRA is running a new campaign, under the hashtag #FakeMeds, to encourage dieters to use safe, legitimate and appropriate weight loss aids, including caloriecontrolled diets and exercise, slimming clubs and prescribed weight loss medication.
MHRA senior policy manager Lynda Scammell, said: "Quick fixes for losing weight may have serious health consequences in the short or long term, including organ failure and death.
The United Kingdom's Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) has formed a new medical device organization--the Devices Expert Advisory Committee (DEAC)--and has appointed the new group's chairman.