Vietnam Profile Updated
June 24, 2022

The Vietnam profile in ClinRegs has been reviewed and updated to ensure all information and sources are up-to-date and accurate. While there were no substantial edits to the summary text, some sources were added to the profile to provide supplementary information.

Sources Added During this Update:

(Regulation) Decree No. 89/2018/ND-CP – Detailed Provisions on Implementation of Some Articles of the Law on the Prevention and Control of Communication Diseases on Border Health Checklist (Decree89 – Vietnamese) (June 25, 2018)
Socialist Republic of Vietnam

(Regulation) Decree No. 54/2017/ND-CP – Guidelines for Implementation of the Law on Pharmacy (Decree54 – English, unofficial translation) (Vietnamese) (Effective July 1, 2017)
Ministry of Health

(Webpage) ClinicalTrials.gov (VNM-13) (Current as of June 24, 2022)
National Institutes of Health, US Department of Health & Human Services

Sources Revised During this Update:

(Not Available Online) NIAID Communication with VietStar Biomedical Research (June 2022) (VNM-12)

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