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Scotland Explains How To Tackle No-Deal Drug Shortages

Separate Report Outlines Specific Impact On Scotland

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Scotland’s government has consistently opposed the UK’s departure from the EU, and has been putting its own measures in place to deal with any medicines shortages that might arise in the event of a no-deal Brexit.

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