FDA Leaves Global Harmonization Working Party, Will Focus International Harmonization Efforts
Three years after joining, the US FDA announced its withdrawal from the Global Harmonization Working Party and intention to focus its work on medical device harmonization through its collaboration with the International Medical Device Regulators Forum.
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