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Ignace Vernimme and Philippe Campolini authored the article “Covid-19: the Belgian perspective”

Ignace Vernimme and Philippe Campolini wrote the article “Covid-19: t

Ignace Vernimme and Philippe Campolini authored the article “Covid-19: the Belgian perspective”

25.09.2020 BE law

Ignace Vernimme and Philippe Campolini contributed to the 2020 edition of the IBA Healthcare and Life Sciences Law Committee e-bulletin.

Ignace Vernimme and Philippe Campolini wrote the article “Covid-19: the Belgian perspective” in which they highlight the measures Belgium has undertaken to encourage research, speed up clinical trials and avoid product shortages. These measures allow the country to respond more effectively to the challenges faced by the healthcare and life sciences sectors.

This article first appeared in the 2020 edition of the IBA Healthcare and Life Sciences Law Committee e-bulletin and was published on the website of the Healthcare and Life Sciences Law Committee of the Legal Practice Division of the International Bar Association. It is reproduced by kind permission of the International Bar Association, London, UK. © International Bar Association.

An updated version of the Belgian perspective can be found here (update October 2020).

The original version can be found here.

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