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A time of great expectations

This article was originally published in Clinica

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The real significance of a year lies more in what it bequeathed for the next, than in the detail of its own twelve months. For the UK medical technology industry, 2003 left great expectations, most notably the promise of far-reaching initiatives to develop the industry on multiple interweaving levels. The year also sowed the seeds of institutional reforms, laying the foundations - with ironic meaning - of historic changes to the very nature of the National Health Service, writes Bernard Murphy

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