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What Europe could lose: a regulatory system in the spotlight

This article was originally published in SRA

Executive Summary

What is wrong with the EU's medical technology regulatory system? Recent comments and actions from certain key bodies have given the impression that it's open season on the directives and the "new approach" that underpins them. But international device expert Trevor Lewis urges caution and a measured approach. Making the system work is the responsibility of all stakeholders, he tells Ashley Yeo.

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