Centrally-Authorised Procedure (CAP)
Centrally-Authorised Procedure (CAP)
A centralised procedure is an EU procedure type where the EMA (European Medicine Agency) reviews and approves applications on behalf of all EU member states.
“Certain drugs, such as biotechnology, HIV/AIDS, cancer and diabetes, require submission as a centralised procedure.”
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