Medtech industry discusses "desirable elements" of future GHTF forum
This article was originally published in RAJ Devices
The steering committee of the Global Harmonization Task Force held its last meeting on 11-13 May in Brisbane, Australia, where members from regulatory agencies and the medtech industry exchanged views on the "desirable elements" of a future forum that would incorporate only regulators1.
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