The February issue of Healthcare Global is live!

By Catherine Sturman
Hello and welcome to the February 2018 edition of Healthcare Global. This month we feature an exclusive interview with Othman Laraki, Co-founder and CE...

Hello and welcome to the February 2018 edition of Healthcare Global.

This month we feature an exclusive interview with Othman Laraki, Co-founder and CEO of Color, who discusses how the business works to blend technology and genetics in order to solve one of the tackle serious hereditary conditions.

Also featured is the emergence of 3D printing, where we take a look at this rising market, with commentary from industry experts.

Diabetes is also a growing healthcare trend, affecting 370 million people worldwide. Business Chief speaks with Professor Werner Mäntele at German startup DiaMonTech, and how it is working towards developing new, non-invasive ways for diabetics to manage their glucose levels.

We also take a look at Ohio’s new Metro Health facility, which is set to completely transform how hospitals are designed in the future.

On top of all this, we take a look at ProClinical.com’s 10 favourite medical device companies, as well as a number of key industry events and conferences within healthcare this calendar year.

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