This is our first journal for 2013, and as we begin this New Year faced with an array of new and promising technological and clinical innovations we find ourselves thinking about the word “new”, and the challenge of how we can create the most value from the truly innovative possibilities before us.
In the real world of clinical research, the move from creativity, concept and innovation to clinical application is an arduous and highly structured one. The translation of our ideas and research into clinical practice, the idea of the “new” –and its eventual adoption – is more complex and requires “...
Clinique Pasteur, Toulouse, France
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