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Front-Runners Emerge In Race For EMA

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Five countries appear to be ahead in the battle to host the European Medicines Agency after Brexit, judging by the results of a European Commission assessment and an EMA staff survey, although much horse-trading among member states is expected before the winner is announced in November.

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