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EU National Agencies Prepare For ‘Rebalancing’ Of Network Post Brexit

Executive Summary

The UK has formally notified the EU of its plans to leave the trading bloc and formal Brexit talks will begin soon. In the meantime, pharmaceutical regulators in the remaining 27 EU member states are having to plan for a future without the UK regulatory agency, the MHRA. In the UK, “Day 1” of Brexit is focusing minds.

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