Device supervision, reprocessing are key issues in new EU regs as Greeks commit to challenge
This article was originally published in SRA
Greece has undertaken to make medical devices a priority as it prepares to take over the presidency of the EU Council. It says it will help put an end to the current environment of uncertainty over the future of medtech regulation in the EU during its six month presidency, which starts on 1 January.
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