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It's often easier to understand a subject if you have a sense of what happened when, and the development and evolution of drug regulation is no exception. This listing, prepared by FDA, offers a timeline summarizing significant events and legislation contributing to the approval and surveillance of pharmaceuticals in the US beginning with the 1820 establishment of the US Pharmacopeia and running through the 2006 final rule detailing the labeling for prescription drugs and biologics.
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