UK government issues statement on trade cooperation with EU, Dutch biotech sector feels benefits of EMA relocation, pharmacists are ‘embracing’ online channels and NICE looks again at Novartis’s migraine drug after initial rejection.
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A written statement from the UK government has highlighted the importance of trade co-operation with the EU, including for pharmaceuticals.
The Netherlands’ biotech sector has already seen an upswing following the relocation of the European Medicines Agency (EMA) to Amsterdam following Brexit, according to an influential figure in the sector.
The UK Health Secretary announced the government will give Coalition for Epidemic Preparedness Innovations (CEPI) £20 million to research vaccines for the 2019 novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV).
A new survey published by Medicspot has revealed that pharmacists are embracing online channels to reach a wider audience – but online dispensing is still seen as a threat.
The UK’s medicines cost-effectiveness agency NICE has agreed to look again at its decision to turn down NHS funding of Novartis’ Aimovig for migraine prevention after an appeal.
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