UK Medicines And Medical Devices Bill Laid Before Parliament
UK health minister Baroness Blackwood will introduce the new UK Medicines and Medical Devices Bill before Parliament today, just before the House of Commons goes into recess. The government wants new legislation for devices and medicines in place before the end of the Brexit transition period.
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