EU Health Ministers Back Stronger Pandemic Role For EMA
Plans Include Emergency Task Force To Advise Drug And Vaccine Developers
Proposals for establishing a ‘European Health Union’ include measures to give the EU regulator more say in monitoring and mitigating potential and actual shortages of drugs and devices in the event of serious public health crises.
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