EU Plenary Debates How To Protect Orphan Devices From MDR Crisis
Steps are being taken in the EU to address shortages of critical medical devices as a result of regulatory pressures, including those for use in children and for rare conditions, the European Commission’s Stella Kyriakides stated during a recent debate.
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