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ABPI announces full conference programme

The Association of the British Pharmaceutical Industry (ABPI) has announced the full agenda of its 2010 conference

The Association of the British Pharmaceutical Industry (ABPI) has announced the full agenda of its 2010 conference.

Speakers at the conference, on April 27, will include Dame Helena Shovelton (chief executive of the British Lung Foundation), Professor Roger Boyle (National Director for Heart Disease and Stroke) and Julia Manning (Director of 20:20 Health).

Talks will focus on the theme "working together to make a difference" as representatives from both sides develop ideas on how the industry and National Health Service can support each other and collaborate effectively on the development and approval of medicines, as well as patient and clinician access to these medicines.

The conference will take place at The Brewery, London. The full agenda can be seen on the ABPI website

6th April 2010

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