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‘We’ll Manage,’ Danish Medicines Agency Head’s View On Brexit

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He’d rather Brexit weren’t happening, but senior European regulator Thomas Senderovitz says the national medicines agencies across the EU are on track to cope with the expected loss of the UK – a key player – from the EU pharmaceutical regulatory network. There’s no alternative, and they’re putting lots of work into preparing for it, he tells the Pink Sheet.

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