Shanghai Needs To Develop High-tech Devices
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
Medical device makers in Shanghai should use the city's advantages in information technology, R&D levels, and talent to develop high-end medical devices such as monitoring and diagnostic equipment, said Wang Yunlong, vice secretary general at Shanghai Medical Instrument Trade Association
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