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EU Legislators Firm Up Commission’s Plans To Overhaul Pharma Rules

Parliamentary Report Gets Mixed Reception From Industry

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Efforts to overhaul the EU pharmaceutical legislation have been given added impetus after the European Parliament called for action to boost innovation and medicines access, shore up manufacturing and supply chains, and examine the link between R&D spending and drug prices.

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