India's CDSCO looks for more scientific experts to help evaluate devices, drugs
This article was originally published in Clinica
India's Central Drugs Standard Control Organization is looking to expand its pool of independent medical experts who can assist the agency in its evaluation of medical devices, drugs and related clinical trial applications.
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