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Pharma Opposes 'Harmful' Changes To EMA’s Access To Documents Policy

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The EU pharmaceutical industry has concerns about the European Medicines Agency’s proposal to grant extended access to documents on orphan designations and pediatric investigation plans under its revised access to documents policy. The changes would discourage innovation and lead to inadvertent disclosure of commercially sensitive data, companies claim.

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