Podcast Special: The Shifting Landscape For Drugs And Devices Post-Roe v. Wade
A special podcast featuring editors Elizabeth Orr and Marion Webb from Medtech Insight, Brenda Sandburg from Pink Sheet and Malcolm Spicer from HBW Insight discussing the US Supreme Court’s historic overturning of Roe v. Wade and implications for FDA-regulated sectors, from the abortion pill and OTC daily and emergency contraceptives to intrauterine devices and period-tracking apps.
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