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EU’s Health Emergency Response Plans Must Address Existing Flaws

New HERA Authority Welcomed By Industry, But Current Weaknesses Highlighted

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The EU’s creation of a Health Emergency Response Authority to deal with future health threats has been welcomed by off-patent industry association Medicines for Europe. However, the organization pointed out current policy and regulatory weaknesses that must be addressed if HERA is to be successful.

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