WHO launches devices anti-counterfeit controls
This article was originally published in Clinica
The World Health Organization has devised a global plan to tackle counterfeiting of medical devices and equipment. The initiative, due to be unveiled next week, represents a "first push" to address an increasing problem, after all previous efforts have focused on pharmaceuticals, the WHO told Clinica.
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