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Why Practicing Strategic Patience is Critical for Medtech Entrepreneurs: Interview with Dr. Tej Singh, Founder of Fist Assist Devices

In this interview, Dr. Singh talks about the primary challenge that Fist Assist Devices is trying to solve, the origin story for their first product, and his approach to mapping out clinical trial strategies.

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