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The ABPI and EFPIA give a cautious welcome, but are pleased it means "ongoing collaboration in key areas including scientific research and cooperation in areas like medicines safety."
A free trade deal needs to be negotiated in record time and UK life sciences must face up to diverging from the EU.
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