UK Explains Post-Brexit Pediatric Study Processes
MHRA Will Ask For UK-Relevant Info Such As Unmet Therapeutic Need
The Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency has outlined the various common scenarios that may occur when companies submit a UK pediatric investigation plan after the Brexit transition period has expired.
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In another of the many guidances it has issued on medicines regulation in the post-Brexit UK, the MHRA explains the additional information it will need from companies whose EU marketing authorizations are converted into national MAs in January 2021, and the new labeling requirements for those products.
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