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Drugs, Devices, Diagnostics & Digital: Europe’s New R&D Venture Presents Its Agenda

Executive Summary

The EU’s new public-private partnership, the Innovative Health Initiative, plans to involve a wide range of stakeholders in research projects aimed at developing new drugs, diagnostics and medical devices. At its launch event this week, two of its top officials described how the venture would work, who could get involved, and the challenges in doing so.

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