Mexico sets up medtech policy advisory committee:
This article was originally published in Clinica
The Mexican health ministry has set up a scientific committee to advise the government on medical technology and other healthcare-related issues. The committee, attached to the health risks protection commission, COFEPRIS, will be responsible for decision-making issues related to, among other things, medical device safety, new technology, general healthcare policy and trade. The committee will be presided by 1995 Nobel prize-winner for Chemistry, Dr Mario Molina.
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