UK industry adopts cautious approach to MDA (Medical Devices Agency)/MCA (UK Medicines Control Agency) merger
This article was originally published in Clinica
The UK medical devices industry was last week choosing its words carefully as it reacted to the news that the Medical Devices Agency and the Medicines Control Agency were to merge. A government announcement on June 13 said that the MDA and the MCA will merge in April 2003 in a move that is intended to meet the increasing technological convergence in these fields. The merger should also result in significant cost-savings.
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