September 2005
WHO Technical Report Series;2005, Issue 933, p1
Academic Journal
The article highlights the World Health Organization (WHO) Expert Committee's meeting held from March 7 to 11, 2005 in Geneva, Switzerland. Assistant Director-General for Health Technology and Pharmaceuticals Dr. V.K. Lepakhin opened the meeting on behalf of the Director-General. Lepakhin discussed the importance of WHO's medicines program and the division of the Department of Essential Drugs and Medicines Policy into two new departments.


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