Nova Scotia makes US$3.5mm medtech investment
This article was originally published in Clinica
Nova Scotia's health minister has pledged Can$4.2m (US$3.5m) to purchase new medical equipment. The funds will be distributed across the province's district health authorities (DHAs):
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