IVD Australia opposes certain notified body-related reforms
This article was originally published in Clinica
A proposal by Australia's Therapeutic Goods Administration to review its mutual recognition agreement with the European Commission for conformity assessment processes covering medical devices has drawn concern from the in vitro diagnostics industry association, IVD Australia.
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