A regulatory authority, also known as a regulatory agency or regulatory body, is an organization or government entity responsible for creating and enforcing regulations and standards within a specific industry or sector. Regulatory authorities play a critical role in ensuring public safety, consumer protection, and compliance with established rules and guidelines.
Regulatory authorities are responsible for overseeing the development, approval, manufacturing, marketing, and post-market surveillance of drugs, medical devices, and other healthcare products. These authorities establish and enforce regulations and guidelines to ensure the quality, safety, and efficacy of products and to safeguard public health.
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