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U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May indicated the government wants to remain part of the European Medicines Agency following its departure from the European Union, PharmaTimes tells us. The move comes after research was released by he Association of British Healthcare Industries showing that about $4.4 billion of the approximately $7 billion in health technology that is used in the U.K. National Health Service came directly from the European Union.

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