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UK Medtech Rises Up To Meet The Challenges Of Brexit

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How the UK medtech industry can forge successful international relationships, increase health-care delivery efficiency and improve patient outcomes following Brexit are the challenges taken up by the Association of British Healthcare Industries in a new report.

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