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Should I continue with my product, and If so, how?

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Richard Gao

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I am trying to make a line of manuka honey bandages, I have read on the FDA website that bandages are considered class 1 medical devices. This requires a license, the license costs around $4000. I live in Canada, so I also checked Health Canada, and the cost is around $7000.

Is there any way around this? Or should I scrap my product and do something else?

Thanks, all advice is welcome.
 

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