WHO shows developing nations the way in device regulation
This article was originally published in Clinica
The World Health Organization has taken on the ambitious task of helping developing countries set up their own regulatory systems for medical devices. Few developing countries have systems in place to ensure that products are safe, and do what they intend to do.
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