One-Stop Shop: EU Devices And Diagnostics Regulatory Outlook Through May 2021
Change, change and more change: Is timely compliance with the EU's MDR and IVDR still possible?
The end of the traditional EU holiday period is nearing, and the pace of regulatory activity is expected to pick up sharply as September gets underway. What can medtech expect for the rest of 2020 and into the first half of 2021, in these unprecedented times?
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