Briefing note: How we can improve the Medicines and Medical Devices Bill?

Currently, a large part of the UK’s regulatory regime governing medicines and medical devices is derived from EU law. The Medicines and Medical Devices Bill (MMDB) 2019-20 sets out a suite of provisions for the regulation of medicines and medical devices in the UK at the end of the EU exit transition period, currently 31 … Continue reading “Briefing note: How we can improve the Medicines and Medical Devices Bill?”

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Introducing Everyday Cyborgs 2.0

As technology increasingly blurs the boundaries between the biological and the synthetic, law struggles to keep up Increasing numbers of people worldwide rely on medical devices to help them to function. These devices range from the relatively simple, like hip replacements and aesthetic prostheses, to the complex, such as insulin pumps, pacemakers, and the total … Continue reading “Introducing Everyday Cyborgs 2.0”

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