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Medicines Australia CEO Ian Chalmers congratulations to the Minister of Health and Ageing, Nicola Roxon MP, and Minister for Innovation, Industry, scientific and research, Senator Kim Carr, upon their common announcement that the Pharmaceutical Industry Working Group was to be reconvened.