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Danish Pharmaceutical companies open to Greek emergency plan

Two major players in the Danish pharmaceutical business are open to the idea of providing medicine to the Greek public without receiving payment for it.

Foto: Gorm Olesen

Both Novo Nordisk and Lundbeck tell Medwatch that they are open to the idea of an emergency solution to ensure that the citizens of Greece still have access to medicine in the case of a financial collapse of the country.

And the scenario is not just hypothetical. Greece could very well find itself in a situation in which the country is unable to pay for vital medicine for its citizens. So the European Federation of Pharmaceutical Industries and Associations (EFPIA) is currently considering what to do in case of a Greek national bankruptcy.

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