Hong Kong looking at the regulation of medical devices for cosmetic purposes
This article was originally published in Clinica
The Hong Kong government will be proposing recommendations on the regulation of medical devices for cosmetic purposes in 2016 as part of its ongoing measures to increase control of medical devices in the country.
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