George Freeman Departure Leaves UK Life Sciences Holding Its Breath
Theresa May has re-structured the Department of Health ministerial team as part of her wide-ranging reshuffle and in so doing moved life sciences minister George Freeman over to chair the prime minister’s policy board. The British biopharma community says it hopes he will be replaced – and soon.
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