Indian government consults on measures to improve medical devices sector
This article was originally published in RAJ Devices
The Indian government has published an analysis of the medical devices sector and is inviting comments on proposals to improve research and testing capabilities of new products to bring the medtech industry up to par with the pharmaceutical sector1.
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