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Ann R. Thryft
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Re: So many sessions, so little time
Ann R. Thryft   1/28/2014 12:34:03 PM
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a.saji, good point: the plastics have to function and survive in the body but they must also not harm the body's functions and survival.



Ann R. Thryft
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Ann R. Thryft   1/28/2014 12:32:25 PM
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I agree, Chuck, it will be interesting to see what new developments there are in plastics for this extremely difficult environment.

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a.saji   1/28/2014 3:40:08 AM
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@Murray: Yes indeed and you cannot make mistakes or do any trial runs inside the human body. No errors basically.       

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Greg M. Jung   1/24/2014 9:35:17 PM
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Looks like it will turn out to be a great event.  I especially would like to see the new developments and applications for medical technology.

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Charles Murray   1/24/2014 6:24:14 PM
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Ann, I'll be curious to see the Medtronic presentation on stronger polymers in cardiac rhythm products. The inside of the human body can be a pretty caustic environment.

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So many sessions, so little time
Ann R. Thryft   1/24/2014 11:54:57 AM
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Wish I could go to all of these!



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