Future of drug-device development showcased at Medtec Ireland
This article was originally published in Clinica
Ireland's economic resurgence over the past decade has been little short of astonishing, and its effects are perhaps most pronounced in the biotech/medtech sector. The Irish Medical Devices Association (IMDA) estimates that there are around 140 medical device companies in Ireland, employing almost 26,000 people - 11% of the country's manufacturing workforce. Elizabeth Cairns reports from the country's West coast
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