PROPER USE OF DRUGS
Laboratoires GRIMBERG are working daily with the healthcare professionals to promote the proper use of drugs and make a commitment to remain always complying with rules of the pharmaceutical industry and to the codes of ethics. Our laboratory maintains permanently a high level of requirement with its collaborators and with its network of medico-pharmaceutical reps. Since 2008, our network is certified according to the standards set up by the French High Authority of Health (HAS).
All the drugs can have undesirable effects.
If you suspect any side effect, which it is mentioned or not in the Summary of Product Characteristics (SPC), tell your doctor or pharmacist. This also applies to any effect which would not be mentioned in the user package leaflet.
You can also declare the suspected side effects directly via the national system of statement: French agency for the safety of health products (ANSM) and the network of Pharmacovigilance Regional Centers, by connecting you to the websites: www.medicaments.gouv.fr or: www.ansm.sante.fr
Our scientific department is at your disposal to deliver you any information concerning our specialties.
The law n°2011-2012 of December 29 2011 and its application decree n°2013-414 of May 21 2013 on the transparency of the advantages provided by producing or marketing companies medical and cosmetic products intended for human use, require the pharmaceutical companies the publication of all the existing links with the healthcare professionals.
In this context, Laboratoires GRIMBERG make public the existence of the agreements concluded with the categories of professionals aimed by the law, as well as the advantages without compensation of an amount upper or equal to 10 euros TTC agreed to the healthcare professionals.
Pursuant to the act of December 3 2013, these data are accessible, since June 26 2014, only at the public site http://www.transparence.sante.gouv.fr
Laboratoires GRIMBERG are committed to prevent its partners about their disclosure obligation.
According to the law "Informatique et Libertés" of January 6 1978 and to the decree of October 20 2005, the healthcare professionals can exercise their right to correction on data referring to them, but may not object their publication (Article R. 1453-7 of the above-mentioned decree).