EFPIA Unimpressed By Proposals For Tackling EU Medicines Shortages
Proposals Are Aimed At Informing Change At EU And National Level
Further analysis is under way, but first impressions by EU R&D industry group EFPIA of policy proposals for tackling drug shortages are not good.
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