New Spanish medical foundation promises stronger links with industry
This article was originally published in Clinica
Spain's royal academy of medicine (RANM) has established a foundation, it was announced today, with the primary aim of better supporting the development of medical advances, communicating these and encouraging their use in the clinical arena. The "Fundaci�n Real Academia Nacional de Medicina" will seek to strengthen communication among healthcare industry players and organisations, in both the public and private sectors, said Professor Manuel Díaz-Rubio, who is president of the RANM and now also of its foundation.
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