Hong Kong Looking To Regulate Medical Devices For Cosmetic Purposes
This article was originally published in SRA
The Hong Kong government is planning to issue recommendations in 2016 on the regulation of medical devices used for cosmetic purposes as part of ongoing measures to increase its control over the medtech sector.
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