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Hannah Daniel

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Hannah joined Medtech Insight from HBW Insight in August 2022 and reports on cybersecurity, patent law and other facets of medical device regulation. Hannah is passionate about the intersection of science and communication and holds a bachelor’s degree in biology from Carnegie Mellon University.

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