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The US Food and Drug Administration has come up with draft guidance to help promote the development of brain-computer interface devices, which could allow users to control implants directly. We explore the issues surrounding the emerging area of innovation.
Also, we find out what it takes for medtech start-ups to crack the UK’s all-important NHS market, unlock the secrets behind the impressive performance of Israel’s medical technology market, and take a look at the pros and cons of the US’s levy on medical device sales.
Plus, we investigate a lack of transparency surrounding the FDA’s reporting of medical device failures and take a look at the science behind breath biopsies.
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