Author Archives: Nach Davé

With the looming deadline for compliance with the EU Medical Devices Regulation (MDR), device manufacturers face a host of questions about how to prepare their existing products for compliance. In this post, we provide answers to top questions about EU MDR compliance. Is it possible to avoid compliance with the EU MDR? The short answerRead more

It isn’t difficult to see how technology has changed our lives for the better over the last century. From self-driving cars to smartphones, numerous innovations have made our lives safer and much more convenient. Of course, one of the most robust categories where the quality of life has improved is medicine thanks to ongoing technologicalRead more

Clinical trial sponsors and the clinical research organizations (CROs) supporting them have more clarity from the U.S. Federal Food & Drug Administration (FDA) on how to better select trial participants and design precision-based clinical trials for targeted therapies. New direction is contained in two new agency draft guidance documents recently published by the agency. TheyRead more

Rare disease and orphan drug research has a long history of serious challenges, thanks to both intrinsic factors—fewer patients means less available data; less available data means a less complete picture—and market forces—it’s more difficult to find investors when a smaller pool of patients may mean a more uncertain potential return on investment. Luckily, recent changesRead more

Big changes are planned in 2018 and beyond for how new medical devices are reviewed and approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) if a proposal put forth moves forward. In a blogpost this week, FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb, M.D. announced the FDA’s Center for Devices and Radiological Health (CDRH) will publish a seriesRead more

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