Philips To Team With China’s Largest Hospital For Research
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
Philips, a Dutch medical imaging equipment manufacturer, expects to sign a research partnership with one of China's largest hospitals. The partnership would be the first in China for a multinational company. The West China Hospital, one of the world's largest, is state-owned and affiliated with Sichuan University. Under the partnership, Philips and the hospital would take part in eight seven-year projects to help doctors use Philips equipment for diagnoses. (Click here for more
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