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INTERVIEW: Code of Conduct Sets European Medtech Industry On The Front Foot

This article was originally published in Clinica

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European medical device and diagnostics manufacturers have adopted a new common Code of Ethical Business Practice which will be implemented nationally as of 2017. Industry sees the code as part of efforts to set visibly high ethical standards and as a clear signal to other stakeholders of how seriously it takes stringent self-regulation. Clinica asked UK ABHI chairman Phil Kennedy what he hopes the initiative will achieve

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