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VIDEO: The EMA at 20, what's it all about?

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In this video Mike Ward, global head of pharma news at Informa Business Information, talks to Scrip Regulatory Affairs editor Maureen Kenny about our special, exclusive coverage marking the European Medicines Agency's 20th anniversary.

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