Why EU Regulations Are Changing The Face Of Innovation And May Be Unsustainable
The EU must keep its medtech regulation under review as rapidly changing technology and external market factors may be challenging the operability of some aspects of the new medtech regulations, especially for less mature businesses and SMEs. Legal medtech expert, Shuna Mason, of CMS explains why.
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