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FDA gives breakthrough status to Xolair for food allergies

Food allergies could open up big new market for biologic

Confidence in UK’s post-Brexit healthcare sector on the wane

Brexit UK EU life sciences pharma biotechOnly 37% of healthcare workers agree that the UK would be an attractive destination after EU departure

Promising more appraisal capacity, NICE revives industry fee idea

NICE (National for Health and Clinical Excellence)Rising workload and shrinking budget making charges inevitable

Can a post-Brexit UK stay aligned with Europe on clinical research?

BrexitThere's still no guarantee the UK can keep in step with EU

FDA clears Kyowa Kirin’s skin lymphoma therapy Poteligeo

Becomes the first drug approved to treat Sézary syndrome

Pharma survey: No Brexit is the best option

But many believe a 'no deal' Brexit most likely outcome

UK unveils plans for bigger medicines price squeeze

Department of HealthCompany payments to government would rise steeply to 2021

As ‘No Deal’ fears grow, pharma can’t rely on transition period

UK could still remain part of EMA 'club' until 2020 - but time is running out

KeysMoving times

Continuity and stability are vital when it comes to the EMA's relocation when it leaves London

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