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UK No-Deal Medicines Regulation Under Threat As Brexit Chaos Grows

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Draft regulations on medicines and medical devices could get caught up in the chaos that seems about to engulf the UK parliament as opposition MPs attempt to avert a no-deal Brexit.

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