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Before a medicine can be sold in the UK, a number of licences are essential. Products with a UK marketing authorisation have a licence number in the format 'PL 12345/0001'. The first two characters are always the letters 'PL'. The product licence number can be found on the packaging of the product. You can identify the product in the list below using the PL number in the links below.
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