UK MHRA Gives CE-Marked Devices More Breathing Space In GB
Core Aspects Of Future Regime For Medical Devices To Apply From July 2025
The long-awaited extension of the UK MHRA’s standstill period for CE-marked devices circulating on the Great Britain market was announced in late April, offering new transition deadlines that go beyond the one extra year promised by the agency in fall 2022. Industry is studying the implications.
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