European Parliament takes greater interest in reuse debate
This article was originally published in Clinica
The European Parliament is becoming increasingly interested in the EU debate on the reuse of single use devices. Catherine Stihler, a member of the parliament's committee on the environment, public health and consumer policy, has offered to chair a meeting on this issue in the near future. She has already been involved in the debate on the safety of breast implants, another politically sensitive medical device issue.
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