UK MHRA 'Could Set Up Standalone System' But Faces Post-Brexit Loss Of Income & Influence
The UK regulator is realistic about the threats Brexit poses to its income and influence, but is confident it can set up a standalone regulatory system and has some ideas for working with the European Medicines Agency under the future relationship between the UK and the EU.
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