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US Mayo Clinic strikes Irish medtech R&D deal at IN3 2014

This article was originally published in Clinica

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Up to ten Irish medtech spinout companies could result from an agreement between the Mayo Clinic and the Irish business and R&D promotion agency Enterprise Ireland (EI), which was signed last week in Dublin, Ireland.

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