In this month’s issuewe look at the future of two indications with high unmet need – amyotrophsc lateral sclerosis (ALS) and non-alcoholic steatohepatitis (NASH)– through the prism of advances in medical technology aimed at improving the quality of life of patients or accelerating the development of therapies via a less cumbersome diagnostic method.
On the occasion of World IVF Day, in another forward-looking analysis, we look at the assisted reproductive technology sector and investment opportunitiesare he presents.
Also in this issue, we take a look at the latest trends in medical applications of nanotechnology.
Elsewhere, coinciding with the World Health Organization’s recent declaration of monkeypox as a global health emergency, we discuss new tests in development and how increased surveillance can drive this market. In a comment, Matt Barnes shares his vision of a Computer network architecture adapted to the digital journey of the NHS.
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