European Self-Care Industry Welcomes Medical Devices Regulation Delay
The AESGP welcomes the European Commission's decision to delay the EU Medical Devices Regulation compliance deadline by one-year, and calls for a rapid increase in the number of notified bodies and the development of guidance documents.
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