EUCOMED to promote MRAs (mutual recognition agreements) to smaller companies:
This article was originally published in Clinica
EUCOMED, the European medical devices industry association, has been granted funds by the European Commission to promote the use of mutual recognition agreements (MRAs) to small- and medium-sized companies. This is an 18-month contract and EUCOMED plans to start the programme in April. Parallel activities have already begun in the US.
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