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Investing in longer lifespans

Pharma has been a real boon to the Irish economy over the last two decades. Leman Solicitors is banking on medical devices replicating this success, helping to guide investment strategies in the burgeoning sector.

9th June, 2019
Mark Roberts, partner at Leman Solicitors

The introduction of digital technologies into the medical device sector is likely to prove transformative: personalised healthcare, at least in pharmaceutical terms, is not quite here yet, but medical devices are already personalising both diagnosis and drug delivery.

This is a real boon for patients, medical staff and, in economic terms, the country as a whole, according to Mark Roberts, partner at Leman Solicitors.

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