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UK And EMA Could Work Together Informally After Brexit

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The UK may not be able to participate in the European Medicines Agency after Brexit, but there are plenty of precedents for informal collaboration among regulatory agencies worldwide. A former European Medicines Agency executive director and legal experts talk to the Pink Sheet about what might be possible.

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