Message to Medical Device Companies: Let Patients Help!

In this interview with e-patients Dave deBronkart, Hugo Campos, and Bennet Dunlap, they tell us why it's critical that medical device companies should let patients help them in their efforts to enhance the broader healthcare ecosystem.

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