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UK Wants ‘Associate Membership’ Of The EMA After Brexit, Prime Minister Says

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The UK prime minister Theresa May says that the UK will seek “associate membership” of the European Medicines Agency after Brexit, an announcement that has been welcomed by the UK life sciences industry. However, it remains to be seen what this would entail in terms of UK regulatory input, and whether the EU will agree to negotiating such a status for a departing member state.

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