Product Licence Number
A Product Licence Number (or PL code for short) is a unique identifier on the packaging of medicines to uniquely identity the product, this code will normally remain the same despite the varying marketing and branding of the company's selling it.
The code itself is issued by the Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency in the UK and the European Medicines Agency.
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