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Meet EU Safety Feature Deadline Or Face Penalties, Firms Warned

Executive Summary

Pharma firms, distributors and pharmacies have been warned that they need to take action to ensure they are ready for the implementation of Europe's product verification system in February 2019. Brexit, though, has cast uncertainty over the extent of the UK's participation in the new system.

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