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Ashley Yeo

Executive Editor, MTI; Medtech Editor, In Vivo

London, UK

Ashley has reported on health care market issues with Citeline and legacy companies since 1988, initially as a linguist on the France and Germany desk and later becoming editor of three titles. Two publications are his current focus for written and multimedia (panel moderating and podcasts) content: In Vivo (global medtech market access); and Medtech Insight (regulation and policy content for the UK, European and Asia markets).

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