Brazil looks to US medtech code for strengthening ethics on doctor relations
This article was originally published in Clinica
Three Brazilian medical device industry associations look set to bring their country's practices for ethical interactions between companies and healthcare providers (HCPs) into line with those advocated by US medtech trade group AdvaMed.
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