MEETINGS - Clinica and Mercury Asset Management holds Medical Devices Forum (UK) June 1999:
This article was originally published in Clinica
Clinica and Mercury Asset Management have organised a Medical Devices Forum for senior executives, which will take place on June 29 in London. The evening forum will include addresses from Gordon Aylward, director general of the Association of British Healthcare Industries, and Dr Thomas Stuttaford, medical columnist for The Times. A reviewing panel will discuss the impact of the new UK National Institute for Clinical Excellence, among other issues. Contact Helen Lewis at MAM on +44 171 220 5490 for more information.
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