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A New Definition: The EU Answer To Medicines Shortages?

Pharmacists In Europe Face Supply Disruptions On A Regular Basis

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What is a medicines shortage? The answer may seem obvious, but the fact that European regulators have only now come up with a commonly agreed definition suggests otherwise.

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