EU Parliament may forge ahead on medtech regulations vote without Council
This article was originally published in Clinica
A vote is due to take place at the European Parliament’s plenary session next Wednesday, 10 March, to formalize the EP’s first reading position on the European Commission’s proposed IVD and Medical Device Regulations. That is, unless a delay is agreed before the end of today (6 March), Clinica understands.
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