Medical devices event in Suzhou lures multinationals and VCs

We recently attended Device China 2011 hosted by Suzhou Biobay, a biotech-focused industrial park (see the August 30, 2011 LRCHJ).The event showcased a small number of the most promising domestic medical device enterprises and, more importantly, sought to facilitate greater communication between com...

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