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CMDh Steps In As Firm Finds No Takers To Replace UK As Reference Member State

Executive Summary

The coordination group of EU member state regulators was recently presented with an exceptional case where all concerned member states initially refused to become the new reference member state for a drug evaluated by the UK. The group explained that 'unscheduled switches' can result in unforeseen workload, resulting in member states refusing to take on the RMS role.

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