In the wake of Brexit, the pharma industry will need to respond to a new regulatory landscape. Peter Morgan discusses how businesses have to prepare for the oncoming political changes, all whist retaining high pharmaceutical product quality.
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The ABPI’s Manifesto for Medicine has been issued, calling upon the next government in the UK to work closely with the pharma industry to increase innovation and access to medicines.
The DHSC and three companies have signed contracts worth £25 million to ensure that essential medicines can be supplied to the UK in 24 to 48 hours.
Four companies have agreed with the UK government to deliver medicines to the country after Brexit, signing contracts worth £86.6 million.
The Secretary of State for Health and Social Care is supporting the continuity of medical supplies if the UK is to leave the EU without a deal.
The UK National Audit Office has released a report which has found that medicine supply to the UK will be delayed in the event of a no-deal Brexit.
A statement from 11 health union leaders highlights the possibility of severe drug shortages if the UK leaves the EU without a deal.
This issue includes an investigation into the potential for continuous production lines in biopharma, information on new guidance released by China on their regulatory processes and an assessment of the FMD to improve the drug supply chain. Also within the issue are articles on nanomedicine development, monoclonal antibodies and pharmaceutical…
A leaked government dossier has stated that in the event of a no-deal Brexit, the UK will face severe medicinal shortages.
The DHSC has confirmed that several pharmaceutical industry bodies have agreed to NDAs regarding plans for a no-deal Brexit.
A fund of almost £450 million has been announced by the UK Government to mitigate drug shortages in the event of a no-deal Brexit.
The DHSC has announced their plans for pharmaceutical transportation in the case of a no-deal Brexit.
As 31 October draws closer, organisations across all sectors are putting contingency plans in place for whatever the impact of Brexit may be. However, for pharmaceutical organisations already operating in a heavily regulated, highly competitive landscape, the future looks a lot more uncertain than for most. Here, Neal Singh discusses…
The government has issued a letter to the pharmaceutical industry, outlining how to prepare for a no-deal Brexit.