Industry to Biden: Count Us In On Cancer Moonshot
AdvaMed says the medtech industry needs to at the table to advise the government on investments that could lead to future cancer diagnostics and treatments.
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Medical technology plays an important role in cancer treatment and cures via diagnostics and precision medicine, advanced imaging, radiation therapy and surgical oncology, AdvaMed told Vice President Joe Biden in a March 31 letter asking for a meeting with the National Cancer “Moonshot” Task Force.