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MEETINGS - Technomic Publishing holds the following seminars (Switzerland) October 1999:

This article was originally published in Clinica

Executive Summary

Technomic Publishing will hold two seminars on US Medical Device Regulations in Zurich this October. The first, to be held on October 25-27, will focus on regulatory compliance for medical devices and combination products and the second, to be held on October 27-29, will look at regulatory submissions. The seminars aim to help delegates gain a deeper understanding of the US regulatory processes, FDA enforcement policies and the key differences between the US and European regulatory schemes. The application of US regulations to combination drug/device and biologic/device products will also be addressed. Contact Technomic in Switzerland for more information. Tel: +41 61 381 5226. Fax: +41 61 381 5259.

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