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Brexit: EMA To Bolster Regulatory Reserves Ahead Of Relocation

Executive Summary

European Medicines Agency head Guido Rasi explains the measures being taken to soften the blow of its departure from the UK, while a former health commissioner says that a decision needs to be taken as soon as possible on where the agency will be sited in order to ensure a smooth transition before Brexit.

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