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EU Parliament Wants Two-Tier Database To Monitor Drug Supplies

Coordinated Clinical Trials Also Important

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High-level negotiations are due to begin later this month on a draft regulation that will give the European Medicines Agency new powers to tackle supply chain issues amid health emergencies.

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