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License (Drug license)

A drug license, also known as a drug registration or marketing authorization, is a legal document or approval granted by the regulatory agency of a country or region that allows a pharmaceutical company or manufacturer to legally produce, market, and sell a drug within that jurisdiction. The drug license indicates that the drug has undergone appropriate testing and evaluation for safety, quality, and efficacy and meets the necessary standards and regulations required for its use in that specific country or region. Obtaining a drug license is an essential step for pharmaceutical companies to bring their products to the market and ensure that they comply with regulatory requirements to protect public health.