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Registrars pay the price of slow pace of global harmonisation

This article was originally published in Clinica

Executive Summary

On a technical level, worldwide medical device regulatory harmonisation is moving ahead, based on good progress achieved by the Global Harmonization Task Force since its creation in 1992. For the registrars and notified bodies looking to the mutual recognition agreements (MRAs) to make clear their part in worldwide harmonisation, the pace of change has been somewhat slower, says Alan Kirwilliam of UK notified body AMTAC





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