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French Minister Has Her Own Angle On the Success Of Medtech

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The 5th annual journée start-up innovantes du dispositif médical was officially opened by French secretary of state Agnès Pannier-Runacher, who has first-hand experience of the benefits of health-tech innovation. She listed the challenges that innovative start-ups must surmount.

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