ANALYSIS: next steps to move EU medtech regulations forward and key player views
This article was originally published in Clinica
What is going to happen next with the EU’s proposed Medical Device and IVD Regulations and who is going to influence the way forward? Amanda Maxwell looks at how member states have spread their cards on the table, the main stumbling blocks ahead and how the cost of implementing the Regulations is moving up the EU agenda.
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