The prospect of a hard Brexit raises concerns for the supply of vital forms medication both in the UK and in Europe, specifically for the supply of insulin used by diabetics whose recipients include British Prime Minister Theresa May.
Nearly all the insulin in Britain is imported from Denmark and patients depend on just-in-time delivery as insulin must be refrigerated at all times.
A number of hardline Brexit campaigners have dismissed the danger, saying those that are sounding the alarm bell ...
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