Brexit: The View For Pharma In 2021 And Beyond
With the end of the Brexit transition period fast approaching, life sciences companies need to be ready for some major changes to drug regulations as well as the impact of new border and customs controls on the flow of medicines between Great Britain, Northern Ireland and the EU. In Vivo looks at what is at stake, and what still needs to be done, as the UK prepares to leave the EU single market and customs union at the beginning of 2021.
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