Global Alliance expert, Dr. Carolie Mascret noted: “If there is will from Georgia’s government to implement EU regulations in order to increase health care quality in the country, I think the process will not be complicated.”
Mascaret made this statement at the conference that was held at National center of disease, that was devoted to pharma-regulation issue.
Minister David Sergeenko, Dr. Jean-Elie Malkin, Dr. Caroline Mascret, Deputy minister Valeri Kvaratskhelia and other members of regulation agency attended the conference.
Her presentation highlighted the tools that will help Georgia to improve drug quality control.
“The content of the active ingredients in drugs should be actively checked. There are also other instruments that will allow to check how well a drug works and whether or not it is falsified,” Carolie Mascret said.
Caroline Mascaret is a member of Committee of protection of Persons of Saint Louis Hospital Former head of legal department of French high health authority, A former member of various commissions at the french Medicine agency.