Medical engineering in the UK needs backing and support
This article was originally published in Clinica
A lack of government funding, too much red tape and poor links between hospitals and medical device companies are holding the UK back from having a significant medical technology industry of its own, a panel of experts concluded last week at a meeting in London.
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