Boost For Transparency As EU Court Backs EMA's Approach To Disclosing Clinical Data
The EU General Court has dismissed three cases by pharmaceutical companies that wanted to prevent the European Medicines Agency from disclosing certain data about their marketed medicines on the grounds that it would harm their commercial interests. Firms now have a clearer idea of the standards they will need to meet to claim their information is commercially confidential.
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