EUCOMED (European Medical Devices Industry Association) to lobby for European legislation on human tissues
This article was originally published in Clinica
The European medical devices industry association, EUCOMED, hopes to start lobbying early next year for European legislation on medical devices containing human tissues. The association's human tissues focus group expects to meet before the end of the year to draw up a plan of action.
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