U.K. wants input on medical device regulation

After the continental fallout that ensued from Europe's faulty breast implant scandal, the EU is looking to tighten up its medical device regulations to avoid a repeat scandal. The Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency is asking the U.K. public for feedback on whether the proposed rules go far enough. More

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