Medtech women shine in their own spotlight
This article was originally published in Clinica
Ahead of MedtechWomen’s MedtechVision 2013 meeting on 10 September in Menlo Park, California, Clinica’s Madeleine Armstrong spoke to two of its founders, Amy Belt and Deborah Kilpatrick, about what inspired them to start the conference and why a dedicated meeting for women in medtech is needed.
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