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Brexit Transfers Nearly Complete But EMA Staff & Resource Pressures Remain

Executive Summary

Practically all centralized marketing authorizations held in the UK have now been moved to the EU, but Brexit and the European Medicines Agency’s relocation to Amsterdam are still causing the EMA some staffing and resource headaches.

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