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Latest EU Innovative Health Initiative Funding Round Offers Ample Opportunity For Medtech

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The EU Innovative Health Initiative has opened its doors to a new round of applicants, with opportunities for the medtech sector to form research groups with other stakeholders and work on projects including novel diagnostics and digital mental health tools.

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