1998 - the year of the French challenge
This article was originally published in Clinica
The French authorities continued to put pressure on the rest of Europe during 1998 as they challenged the ability of the European regulatory system to ensure a tight enough control over medical devices. Two Paris-based medical device experts, lawyer John McLoughlin and Thierry Chignon of MTC-Quintiles, report.
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