From Innovation Mindsets To Incentives And COVID-19 Lessons: How EU Pharma Legislation Should Evolve
If the EU wants to become a more competitive space for innovation it can take a few lessons from both the US and the COVID-10 pandemic, say European pharma industry representatives. Fostering better communication between regulators and companies is just one example.
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