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Overviews how the government will ensure the UK is a world class centre for development, manufacture and adoption of medical innovations.
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Overview of how the government will ensure that the UK is a world class centre for discovery, development, manufacture and adoption of medical innovations. Explains how the government aims to join up life sciences in the UK, open up universities and business to more collaboration, to invest in the best British ideas at an early stage, to remove regulatory barriers, and open up the NHS to new innovations and new clinical trials.
For further information on the UK life sciences sector, see the Strategy for UK Life Sciences