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EU CHMP Decides On New Oncology Drugs & New Treatments for Mastocytosis, Atopic Dermatitis

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The European Medicines Agency’s key scientific committee, the CHMP, is deciding this week whether a dozen or so new medicines that are in the final stages of the evaluation process should be approved for marketing across the EU. The committee will discuss 13 initial marketing authorization applications.

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