UK Explains New ‘Reliance’ Routes To Approval Based On EU Dossiers
Firms Urged To File Early To Secure Timely Decisions
Companies seeking marketing authorizations in the UK or Great Britain will be able to make use of two new “reliance” procedures offering regulatory assessment times of 67 days or less if their products have already gone through the EU centralized or decentralized approval systems.
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