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29th June 2017

Apply for a free stand at this years Nucleus Expo, the start-up zone at Digital

Apply for a free stand at this year's Digital in September
29th June 2017

Second all Wales NHS conference advances Welsh collaborations with industry

Last week the Welsh health and care communities came together in Cardiff for MediWales Connects, the only all Wales NHS collaboration conference.
29th June 2017

‘Clear case’ for more medical student places in Wales

The number of medical school places needs to increase, including in north Wales, a cross-party committee said.
29th June 2017

ReNeuron set for ‘significant clinical milestones’

The Bridgend-based cell therapy company is expected to achieve "significant clinical milestones" over the next three years.
29th June 2017

Breast Cancer Drug Approved for Use in Wales

Roche has now agreed with NHS Wales the same commercial access agreement as NHS England. This means that Welsh patients with certain types of advanced breast cancer will be able to benefit from the treatment.
28th June 2017

New laws to improve NHS Wales and social care working

Proposals for new laws to improve the way the NHS and social care services are run and work together in Wales have been published by the Welsh Government.
27th June 2017

The NHS in the North West Excellence in Supply Awards – Now Open

The annual awards aimed at the suppliers to NHS trusts within the North West of England is now open for entries.
26th June 2017

MediWales Connects 2017 Photo Gallery

On 21st of June the second MediWales Connects took place in Cardiff. With nearly 300 delegates from Welsh NHS and industry, it was a great chance to hear about innovation and collaboration in Wales. Take a look through the photo gallery.
26th June 2017

£13.5M innovation project launched

A £13.5m project has been launched with the aim of bringing together academics, clinicians and industry to pioneer research into new health technologies.
26th June 2017

UK’s first heart pump targets 2018 clinical trial

The UK's first artificial heart pump has moved a step closer to being used on patients, scientists have said.