U.S. Department of Commerce device seminars
This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet
One-day seminars slated for late September, entitled "Exporting Medical Devices to Europe and China," will promote use of the U.S./EU mutual recognition agreement and instruct manufacturers on Chinese regulatory issues. The four sites scheduled are Boston (Sept. 22), Chicago (Sept. 24), San Diego (Sept. 28) and Newark (Sept. 30). Designed specifically for small and medium sized device companies, the conference will include presenters from FDA, Commerce and foreign regulatory bodies
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