Medicine supplies safe for now in wake of European air space closures
This article was originally published in Scrip
Although a "handful of companies" are implementing contingency plans to ensure medicine supplies in the UK, drug supplies generally seem little affected by the closure of European air space following a volcanic eruption in Iceland and the ensuing ash cloud.
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