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TORONTO, ON--(Marketwired - June 30, 2017) - China and Japan each present their own unique set of challenges pertaining to medical device development. This is especially true for foreign manufacturers as they strive to stay abreast of the quickly changing medical device regulations and product approval processes in these sometimes tough-to-navigate geographies.
Join NAMSA's regulatory experts on July 20, 2017, Lei Yang, Medical Research Manager (China), and Kei Yoshikawa, Medical Research Manager (Japan), as they present information that will assist attendees to:
To learn more or register for this complimentary webinar visit: Understanding Medical Device Regulatory Pathways in China and Japan
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