Sweden sets clinical investigation fee at $1,400
This article was originally published in Clinica
The fee for clinical investigation applications in Sweden has been set at SKr 10,000 ($1,400), reveals an information circular on clinical investigations from the National Board of Health and Welfare. The 8-page booklet details clinical trial regulations under the Swedish medical device law (transposing the EU's medical device Directives). It is published with a clinical investigation application form which is available in Swedish or English.
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