MEETINGS - In3 Medical Device Summit (US) June 2006:
This article was originally published in Clinica
In3 Medical Device Summit will be hosted by Medtech Insight during June 21-23 2006 at The Palace Hotel, California, San Francisco, US. Dedicated to previewing cutting-edge emerging medtech companies, presentations will be in three categories: cardio and peripheral vascular diagnostics/therapeutics; ortho and spine; and other innovative technologies. Among the conference topics are: market analysis of where medtech companies are going and launching/financing a start-up. For information and to register, contact Kristy Grimes, on tel: +1 480 985 9512; email: email@example.com www.meddevicesummit.com/content/Main.aspx
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