MHRA ‘Aware Of UK Cliff Edge’ In Post-Brexit Devices Regulation Plan
The UK government’s response to the MHRA consultation on future device regulation will be published very soon. So says the agency’s new health care access officer. But will there be enough time for companies to comply with it?
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