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  1. A licence, also referred to as a marketing authorization, from the MHRA is required before any medicine can be used to treat people in the UK.
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Pharma Industry Guidelines

Brexit and the Regulation of Medicines and Medical Devices (1)

This is the first in a series of articles on Brexit and the Regulation of Medicines in Europe, it is not intended to be a comprehensive review, but I hope it will be interesting and helpful.  1,626 more words

Regulatory Science & Strategy

NHS Director for Mental Health Tim Kendall talks Roaccutane

The vastly experienced NHS Clinical Director for Mental Health Professor Tim Kendall joins Reform Roaccutane to discuss mental health and Roaccutane. Proclaiming that he is “no expert”, he is more than aware of the “drug used when, usually young, people have got acne. 629 more words


Mesh implant debate in Scottish Parliament

The use of mesh implants to treat vaginal wall prolapse has been discussed in the Scottish Parliament. The debate centred around allegations that the review on mesh implants was flawed and the role of the Medicines and Healthcare Regulations Agency.  66 more words

Scottish Health & Social Care

The HPV vaccine - another case for adopting the precautionary principle

The use of HPV (human papillomavirus) vaccines for sexually transmitted diseases has been questioned since its earliest days.

According to a paper in the Annals of Medicine, … 484 more words


Are Damage Caps Constitutional in Missouri's New MHRA Regarding Discrimination

Missouri’s amendments to the Missouri Human Rights Act (codified in Chapter 213 of the Revised Missouri Statutes) cap employer liability for damages beyond back pay with interest to a scale tied to the number of employees of the employer.  104 more words