UK On A Knife Edge As Voting Begins On EU Referendum
This article was originally published in SRA
As the UK goes to the polls in a once-and-for-all decision on EU membership, the stakes for the life sciences sector are high. The effects of a Brexit would be far-reaching, not only for the industry but also for other key groups such as regulators, patients and researchers.
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