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EU Unveils Ambitions To ‘Future-Proof’ Entire Drug Regulatory Framework

Targets Include Access, Pricing, Innovation & Manufacturing

Executive Summary

Ambitious efforts to make the EU more resilient to future challenges, such as health threats, drug supply problems, scientific advances and growing medicine costs, have taken a step forward with the publication of a roadmap for a wide-ranging Pharmaceutical Strategy to be adopted by the European Commission later in the year.

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