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ISSUE 24 // february 2020

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ISSUE 24 // february 2020

In the next issue of Medical Technology we take a look at the need for a more proactive approach to encourage health screening uptake, and explore ways that AI could help to make healthcare more human-centric.


Also in the next issue, we find out how a combination of virtual reality and haptics is being used to help virtually train surgeons to perform complex procedures, examine the potential of smell-powered diagnostics, and investigate the rise of chronic illness groups on social media platforms.


Plus, we examine how the uncertain future of Ehtylene oxide could impact device manufacturers, speak to Medidata about the company’s merger with Dassault Systèmes, and take a look at the recall of Bayer’s Essure contraceptive implant.

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