Brazilian IVD suppliers secure international inspections exemption
This article was originally published in Clinica
Members of Brazil’s main in vitro diagnostics industry association, Câmara Brasileira de Diagn�stico Laboratorial (CBDL), can now forego inspections of their international manufacturing facilities before getting approval to sell their products in the South American country. According to the association, CBDL members are also being exempted from Anvisa’s R$37,000 (US$18,500) fee for these inspections.
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