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MEETINGS - Meeting on Regulation and Use of Human and Animal Tissue in Medical Devices (UK) September 1999:

This article was originally published in Clinica

Executive Summary

Management Forum will hold a meeting on Regulation and Use of Human and Animal Tissue in Medical Devices in London on September 20. Topics for discussion include the healthcare directives and development of the European regulatory structure; the European Meddev guideline for medical devices using animal tissue; and the current and future activities of the European Commission for Human Cells/Tissues. For more information contact the conference organisers in the UK. Tel: +44 1483 570 099. Fax: +44 1483 536 424.

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