UK Proposal On Foreign Device Approval Recognition Due February
Little-used government-industry forum resolves UK must step on the gas to secure timely reform
The Life Sciences Council has agreed to issue proposals on how the UK should recognize approvals granted by other trusted medical device regulatory jurisdictions. The need for speed in all matters relating to the UK’s sovereign medtech regulatory system has been stressed by the UK devices industry.
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