Brexit: EMA Could Lose Up To Half Its Staff If It Has To Move
The European Medicines Agency is working to ensure it can cope with the many challenges it will face as a result of the UK leaving the EU. Those challenges could include the agency losing 50% of its staff, according to the EMA’s deputy head Noel Wathion.
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