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issue 21 // november 2019

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In the next issue of Medical Technology we take a look at the role of home sperm testing in the fertility market, find out how gaming technology is being used to train astronauts how to treat medical issues and examine the dirty problem of sterilising duodenoscopes.

Also, we learn about a smartphone-controlled implant that can deliver light and drugs to the brain, explore how tech is being used to target challenges in at-home management of asthma, and speak to Nottingham University professor Barrie Hayes-Gill about building neonatal and foetal monitoring devices.

Plus, industry experts give their view of the NHS’s newly launched AI lab, we roundup the core challenges facing 3D printed organs, and, as always, we get the latest insight and analysis from GlobalData experts.

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