Finland's Medtech Innovation Flow Bubbles Quietly But Surely
Finland’s contributions to medtech are often less recognized than those of its Nordic cousins, Sweden and Denmark. But the country has produced its fair share of industry firsts and while in vitro diagnostics is a particular stronghold of Finland, its medical device innovators are no laggards, according to Medtech Insight’s sister publication, Clinica.
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