EMA Redistributes Responsibility For 370 Drugs Currently Overseen By UK
The EMA has completed the reallocation to the EU27 member states of more than 370 centrally authorized drugs for which the UK was rapporteur or co-rapporteur. The move has been necessitated by Brexit, which means the UK will no longer play an active role in new drug evaluations at the EMA.
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