Q&A: Proteus Promotes Medication Adherence Using Ingestible Sensors
This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet
On the heels of FDA clearance for the firm's ingestible sensor technology, Proteus Digital Health Chief Medical Officer George Savage talks to “The Gray Sheet.”
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