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Battling Infection: Hospitals Seek High-Tech Solutions

Executive Summary

The market for diagnostic and infection control products will see continued growth as hospitals and other providers look to the technology sector to help fight the battle against health care-associated infections and antibiotic-resistant organisms.

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