Posted 16 September 2020 | By Michael Mezher 

The European Medicines Agency (EMA) this week announced it will require drugmakers to publish clinical data for medicines and vaccines authorized to treat or prevent coronavirus disease (COVID-19) as part of its exceptional transparency measures during the pandemic.
 
After spending years implanting its policy for proactively publishing clinical data for products submitted to the agency for review, EMA suspended the publication requirement in August 2018 to focus on its relocation from London to Amsterdam as part of its Brexit business continuity plan.
 
However, after facing calls from Germany’s Institute for Quality and Efficiency in Health Care (IQWiG) and the Cochrane Collaboration for the agency to reinstate the requirement for COVID-19-related products, EMA now says it will require clinical

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