Controls on EU immigration played a key role in the Brexit vote. However, the UK government now says that it wants to protect the free movement of researchers and talent, which are crucial for the life sciences sector. EURACTIV.com reports from Lyon.
Speaking at Biovision 2017- The World Life Sciences Forum in Lyon, stakeholders discussed possible post-Brexit scenarios and, particularly, their impact on health.
All agreed that the main priority was to avoid disruptions in healthcare, which could have a wider impact on patients, both in the UK and the EU-27. They also agreed that certainty and “pragmatic solutions” are needed. Ler mais (…)