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BGMA Warns Over US Trade Deal

UK Must Not Put NHS At Risk, Association Says

Executive Summary

Warwick Smith, director general of the British Generic Manufacturers Association, has warned of increased costs and risks to the NHS due to intellectual property requirements sought by the US as part of a free trade agreement with the UK.

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