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Regulatory Focus™ > News Articles > Medical Device Regulation in Latin America

Medical Device Regulation in Latin America

Posted 01 February 2010 | By

Latin America refers to a region of the Americas where languages derived from Latin and its Creole derivatives-Spanish, Portuguese and French-are primarily spoken.1 For the purposes of this article, however, "Latin America" is defined as all of the nations located south of the US border. Therefore, English-speaking countries are included in our definition.

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