Biotechnology and human health : safeguarding and enhancing the health of Canadians : H21-202/6-2005E-PDF

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This pamphlet explains Health Canada’s programs in the area of biotechnology. It presents examples of products regulated by Health Canada, including genetically modified foods, biotechnology-derived health products (such as insulin), environmental products, and bio-based pest control products. It outlines the regulatory process to bring products to market. The pamphlet also describes the department’s challenges and commitments in this area. Lists contact information.

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Department/Agency Canada. Health Canada. Health Products and Food Branch.
Title Biotechnology and human health : safeguarding and enhancing the health of Canadians
Publication type Monograph
Language [English]
Other language editions [French]
Format Electronic
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Note(s) The catalogue number (H21-202/6-2005) and ISBN (0-662-69370-1) for the bilingual print edition have been incorrectly copied in this electronic publication.
Publishing information Ottawa - Ontario : Health Canada. 2005.
Description 10p.photographs
Catalogue number
  • H21-202/6-2005E-PDF
Subject terms Biotechnology, Health

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