French warnings lead to sharp fall in sales of newer combined OCs
This article was originally published in Scrip
French government efforts to encourage the use of first- and second-generation combined oral contraceptives rather than the third- and fourth-generation products seem to be having a significant and sustained effect.
You may also be interested in...
The Conservative Party's victory in the UK general election means the Brexit withdrawal deal will be able to pass. The UK will leave the EU by 31 January and enter a transition period during which medicines regulation will remain broadly unchanged.
Health ministers have called for more action on access to medicines, including a new EU work agenda, rebuilding Europe’s manufacturing capabilities, further action on pricing, and greater leeway for member states to mitigate drug shortages by restricting parallel exports.