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December 11th, 2009
The focus was on the future of stem cells research and therapies, geriatics and rehabilitative medicine, medical biotechnology, bioinformatics, genomics and proteomics, nanotechonology, medical microtechnologies and nanomedicine, clinical trials, pre-clinical trials and pre-clinical research in the country. Doctors, academicians, key decision makers from the healthcare industry and investors participated in the conference along with Mauritian professionals.
"We want to attract investors to the country and make Mauritius known as a medical hub to the world," said Nitin Pandea, Head of healthcare and life science cluster of BOI.
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