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In the next issue of Medical Technology, we examine the rise of ablation technology in the treatment of solid tumours, profile prominent features in the German medical device market, and find out how technology can improve adult vaccination rates.
Also, we take a look at AorTech’s move into medical device manufacturing, review a new light emitting device that could take photodynamic therapy to the next level, and explore the budding promise of 3D biopsies.
Plus, we examine two very different research strands that are working to boost the prevention of deadly cardiac disease and check in with CMR’s Versius robotic surgery tech.
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