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15 June 2017AsiaKirit Javali

Life sciences regulation in India: the need for evolution

The life sciences industry has traditionally been classified as consisting of pharmaceuticals and healthcare. The area of biotechnology has evolved as an important contributor to the pharmaceutical, agricultural and industrial sciences industries, and serves both medical and non-medical markets. The medical market includes human therapeutics, human diagnostics as well as applications in veterinary medicine. Within the non-medical markets there is a split between agriculture and industrial applications.

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