Life Sciences Report March 2020 – Drug Safety

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March 2020

For Pharmaceuticals companies, 2020 faces its own unique challenges. Already there are multiple blockbuster drugs due to expire this year, including Lucentis produced by Roche & Novartis, along with Spyrcel. Now with the advent of the Coronavirus crisis, companies will be under pressure like never before to release a drug quickly that can act as a vaccine.

Therefore, we already see that drug safety vacancies have been continuously increasing across the EU27. Since 2018 the number of vacancies had increased by 24.8%. However, perhaps due to a Brexit drag, in the UK specifically, the number of pharmacovigilance vacancies has dropped by 5.8%.

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