Transparency Advocates Urge Upholding EMA’s Access To Documents Policy
Voice Concern Over Impact Of Recent Opinions By EU Advocate General
A number of transparency supporters have issued an open letter ahead of an EU court judgment on the European Medicines Agency’s access to documents policy.
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