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ISSUE 20 // OCTOBER 2019

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ISSUE 20 // OCTOBER 2019

In the next issue of Medical Technology, we examine the future of insulin delivery, get industry insight into choosing a contract device manufacturer, and explore whether more oversight is needed to make ensure the legitimacy of femtech devices.

Also, we debate the pros and cons of using Amazon’s Alexa voice assistant to access NHS health information, take a look at an innovative tool that creates a 3D model of a patient’s heart using CAT scan data, and find out how neurotechnology is helping to treat patients.

Plus, we examine the potential of prescription video games, get an inside look at med tech investment funds with Vesalius, and, as always,GlobalData analysts provide insight into the biggest trends and innovations in the industry.

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