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Philips Back on Track due to Recovery of US Business

By Thomas Klein -
After a few disappointing years, Dutch electronics giant Philips performed better in first half of 2015 than most analysts had expected.

Common Mistakes You’re Probably Making when Developing a Case for Your Medical Device

By Yuval Spector -
Are you in the process of designing a carrying solution for your medical devices? If yes, you may be guilty of some common mistakes that can be easily avoided. We’ve put together a list to help you optimize the process.
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U.S. Pressures Medical Device Makers to Improve Product Tracking and Safety

By Bruce Gain -
A bill making its way through congress in the United States will mandate better tracking and monitoring of medical devices sold in the U.S., as suppliers face stricter regulations in that market.

Start-Up Develops Affordable Exoskeleton for Paraplegics

By Bernard Banga -
A young French start-up has just developed a motorised exoskeleton for paraplegics. Patients require neither a gamepad nor a joystick to control the device.
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Start-Up Develops Affordable Exoskeleton for Paraplegics

By Bernard Banga -
A young French start-up has just developed a motorised exoskeleton for paraplegics. Patients require neither a gamepad nor a joystick to control the device.
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Start-Up Develops Affordable Exoskeleton for Paraplegics

By Bernard Banga -
A young French start-up has just developed a motorised exoskeleton for paraplegics. Patients require neither a gamepad nor a joystick to control the device.
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Swiss Start-Up Develops Cheap and Simple Biosensor Technology

By Thomas Klein -
Swiss researchers engineered a cheap technique to detect biomarkers without the need for protein engineering. Start-Up Lucentix wants to commercialize the technology.
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Swiss Start-Up Develops Cheap and Simple Biosensor Technology

By Thomas Klein -
Swiss researchers engineered a cheap technique to detect biomarkers without the need for protein engineering. Start-Up Lucentix wants to commercialize the technology.
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Swiss Start-Up Develops Cheap and Simple Biosensor Technology

By Thomas Klein -
Swiss researchers engineered a cheap technique to detect biomarkers without the need for protein engineering. Start-Up Lucentix wants to commercialize the technology.
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St. Jude Takes over Rival Thoratec in $3.4bn Deal

By Thomas Klein -
St. Jude Medical said on Wednesday that it would acquire the heart device manufacturer Thoratec for $ 3.4bn.
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