European industry fears the US is playing a cat and mouse game with mutual recognition agreement
This article was originally published in Clinica
US regulators may have been playing a strategic game when they agreed in 1996, against expectations, for medical devices to be included in negotiations to create a trade agreement with the European Union.
You may also be interested in...
Abbott reported almost 28% revenue growth in the fourth quarter led by the exploding demand for COVID-19 tests and continued success of its FreeStyle Libre continuous glucose monitor.
While representing a smaller population, the ACTIVATE-T trial targeted patients seen as having greater unmet need.
As a freshman member on the US House Energy and Commerce Committee, former St. Jude Medical exec Rep. Angie Craig can help shape future health care, cybersecurity bills.