Why Africa Should Start Creating Its Own Medical Technology
"African countries need to start producing and developing their own medical devices. A cadre of suitably skilled biomedical engineers is needed for this sort of innovation to take root," writes Tania Douglas for The Conversation.
The Conversation Africa, 6 November 2017
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