UK Helps Sponsors Check Suitability Of Submissions Via International Recognition Procedure
Six weeks before the UK is set to roll out its new International Recognition Procedure, it has developed an online tool to help facilitate a smooth and efficient process for companies wanting to use the new medicines assessment pathway.
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