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EMA to investigate reports that software issue may have affected accuracy of clinical trials

The European Medicines Agency (EMA) has confirmed that it is looking into recent reports that a widely-used clinical data software package may have introduced inaccuracies into clinical trials, according to Reuters. 16 Oct 2014

London Health Commission recommendations on healthcare delivery could be "revolutionary", says expert

A new approach to healthcare delivery based on patient need, a £1 billion programme to refurbish and extend the opening hours of doctors' surgeries and a new London-based 'Centre for Digital Health' are among the main recommendations of a new report on the... 15 Oct 2014

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Patent box tax break for innovation "does not facilitate profit shifting", says UK Treasury

The UK government will continue to defend its 'patent box' tax break for income from qualifying intellectual property (IP) during discussions to develop a global corporate tax regime, a Treasury official has said. 08 Oct 2014

EMA policy on access to clinical reports finalised

Clinical reports submitted by drugs companies to the European Medicines Agency (EMA) in support of their case for permission to be granted to market new drugs are to be accessible to third parties for non-commercial purposes from next year. 03 Oct 2014

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