Danish PVC projects expect September results
This article was originally published in Clinica
Two projects supported by the Danish Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and designed to evaluate the health, security and technical aspects of medical devices containing PVC and their alternatives are to reach various stages of completion in September, Danish health minister Lars L-kke Rasmussen told parliament last week.
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