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EU must tackle clinical trials shortfalls as current lack of evidence is "appalling"

This article was originally published in SRA

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With devices becoming increasingly complex, competent authorities in the European Union must ensure there are sufficiently well-trained experts at notified body level, particularly for assessing innovative devices and for clinical trials. But authorities are facing difficult resource issues and finding experts is a real challenge. Dr Susanne Ludgate of the UK MHRA told Amanda Maxwell where the problems lie and what she believes to be the solutions.

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