Minnesota’s Medical Alley has a big presence at EuroPCR


EuroPCR Minnesota Medical AlleyThe Medical Alley Association in Minnesota is touting the major presence that companies and organizations from the state will have at this year’s EuroPCR, which is being held this week in Paris.

The event — the European Association of Percutaneous Cardiovascular Interventions’ annual meeting — is May 22–25 at the Palais des Congrès and is expected to draw more than 12,000 attendees for PCI educational sessions.

Eleven Medical Alley members are showing off their work at the event. The Medical Alley Association said:

“Companies like Medtronic, Abbott, Boston Scientific, 4C Medical and
Philips, as well as organizations like Mayo Clinic and Minneapolis Heart Institute, are presenting
key findings from recent trials, hosting training seminars, leading panels and presenting posters
at the world’s leading PCR conference, proving once again that the future of healthcare
happens in Medical Alley. As the world gathers in Paris to celebrate the accomplishments of a field credited with saving so many lives and to look forward to the innovations that will save so many more, Medical Alley once again shows why it is the global epicenter of health innovation and care.”

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