Central Europe tackles regulation as EU membership beckons
This article was originally published in Clinica
During 1998, medical device regulators from Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) have raised their profile at European meetings as they grapple with the demands of Europe's regulatory regime. These countries are committed to introducing the European Union's medical device directives into their national laws.
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