Stakeholders To Have Say On Future Medicines Verification System In UK
EU Offers Flexibilities On GB Exports To Selected Countries
The UK government says it will begin a consultation on a future falsified medicines scheme for Great Britain within a year after the passage of new legislation on medicines and medical devices. Moves are also under way to ensure the smooth supply of medicines from GB to Cyprus, Ireland, Malta and Northern Ireland.
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