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Manufacturing Incentives, Flexible Regulations Seen As Remedy For EU Drug Shortages

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A committee of influential politicians in Europe are calling for measures that will see the EU become more self-sufficient in the production of medicines, thereby reducing medicine shortages and dependence on imports from third countries.

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