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UK MHRA ‘Pushback’ Against Efforts To Sideline It From EU Processes

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The EMA says the UK is continuing to bid for EU regulatory work as the Brexit date of March 29, 2019 draws nearer. The head of the BioIndustry Association says this is something of a “pushback” against efforts to squeeze the UK out of its EU regulatory role in preparation for Brexit.

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