EFPIA 'did not lobby' for EC medicines move
This article was originally published in SRA
As pressure grows for a rethink of controversial plans to place pharmaceutical and medical device policy under the European Commission's industry directorate, Richard Bergström, head of the European pharmaceutical industry body EFPIA, says the new arrangement makes sense but insists the federation did not and would not lobby for such a move1.
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