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EMA’s Multinational Approach Brings All But Two Member States Into New Drug Assessor Fold

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The multinational assessment team (MNAT) approach aimed to involve more EU member states in the evaluation of new medicines. EMA views it as a success, although only about 10% of marketing authorization applications submitted for initial evaluation in 2015 involved MNATs. It will shortly be expanded to certain post-authorization procedures and is being promoted as a tool that will help the agency deal with Brexit fallout.

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