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EMA's Medical Literature Monitoring Service Creates New Complexities For Pharma

This article was originally published in SRA

Executive Summary

Several drug companies are struggling to align their processes with the European Medicines Agency's new medical literature monitoring (MLM) service that was launched earlier this year to reduce the administrative burden associated with monitoring and reporting of suspected adverse reactions from drugs containing certain active substances1,2.

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