New law against shortage of medicines in Belgium comes into effectWednesday, 15 May 2019 16:32
By amending the law to prevent distributors from distributing medicine intended for Belgian patients in other countries, the government hopes to reduce one of the causes of the temporary unavailability of some medicines.
From now on, manufacturers will be certain that the medicines that they deliver to wholesalers and distributors as part of their obligation to deliver, will end up with a Belgian patient. The "risk of distribution in other countries" can therefore no longer be an argument to refuse a delivery.
The Brussels Times
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