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We can confirm that there is no requirement for a member of the public to notify the MHRA of the importation of medicines for personal use and the legislation does not restrict such importation. Consequently, we do not issue any form of licence, certificate or authorisation to aid personal importation. The agency therefore has no objections, provided that the imported medicinal products are used only for personal use and are not sold or supplied to anybody else.
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