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Japanese Pharmaceutical Affairs Law was amended in 2005 to allow Japanese license owners to outsource their entire drug manufacturing.
Food and Drug Administration registered and compliant with Japanese Pharmaceutical Affairs Law.
In the medical sector, revisions to the Pharmaceutical Affairs Law taking effect at the end of 2014 will extend the application of these requirements for medical devices to standalone software, not just hardware.
In 2007, the Pharmaceutical Affairs Law was revised to give the Ministry of Health, Labor, and Welfare (MHLW) more control over the legislation, manufacture, import and sale of "designated substances.
Tokyo, Sept 2, 2009 - (JCN) - Kuraray Medical, a subsidiary of Kuraray, has obtained approval under the Pharmaceutical Affairs Law to manufacture and market its artificial bone graft medical devices.
With its new office in Tokyo, Japan, the company now is able to help US medical device manufacturers with issues such as the Japanese Pharmaceutical Affairs Law, quality management system implementation, reimbursement, medical distributor search and independent Designated Marketing Authorization Holder (D-MAH) representation.
Advising companies at the seminar on how to expand their excipient business in markets such as China and Russia, Carl Mroz, Director of Regulatory Affairs at Colorcon and Chair of IPEC Europe's Regulatory Affairs Committee, pointed out that Japan recently amended its 1948 Pharmaceutical Affairs Law to allow for the filing of an EMF (Excipient Master File) and that European stakeholders should focus on achieving this in Europe as well.
In Japan, a revised version of the Pharmaceutical Affairs Law that took effect this year is increasing manufacturers' flexibility for product marketing.