UK Medtech Ponders Post-Brexit Regulatory Future At APPG
The consensus among the UK MHRA, the national medtech industry and notified bodies remains that convergence of regulatory systems is the preferred route for the UK once it has left the EU. Meanwhile, the regulator is planning for all eventualities, as a recent parliamentary forum on the post-Brexit regulatory landscape heard.
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