People Round-Up: All Change At UK Agencies As Brexit Looms
The head of the UK’s health technology assessment body NICE is stepping down, while the country’s medicines agency, the MHRA, will have an interim chief in the run-up to the UK’s planned Brexit from the European Union on 31 October.
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Sir Andrew Dillon is stepping down from what has been described as one of the most challenging and potentially controversial roles in British public life.
June Raine has agreed to lead the Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency temporarily after the agency’s incumbent chief executive steps down in September.
Perrigo has pushed back plans to split off its Prescription business as part of its transformation into a consumer self-care focused company.