MEETINGS - EUCOMED announces postponement of ninth Global medical devices conference- improving patient access to new medical technology to be rescheduled in late May or early June 2002:
This article was originally published in Clinica
EUCOMED, the European medical device industry association, has announced that the postponed 9th Global medical devices conference - improving patient access to new medical technology is to be rescheduled in late May or early June 2002. Further details were not available as Clinica went to press. Developments will be posted on Eucomed's website: www.eucomed.com
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