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<p>The legal provisions will clarify that a serious shortage is a serious shortage in the opinion of Ministers.</p><p>A protocol is only one of the tools that can be used to manage shortages. The Department has well-established governance processes for managing shortages in collaboration with manufacturers and suppliers, clinicians and the National Health Service and the Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency. A protocol would only be introduced in case of a serious shortage, if it would help manage the supply situation and if clinicians think it is appropriate, after discussion with the manufacturer and/or marketing authorisation holder.</p><p>Whether a serious shortage protocol is issued is a decision by Ministers but that decision would be taken after discussion with the manufacturer and/or marketing authorisation holder. Manufacturers are not the primary party to establish which products are listed as being in serious shortage.</p><p> </p>
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