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Dragon's Den rejected me but my invention saves lives across the NHS

Nurses describe their innovations, from a deep vein thrombosis preventative aid to a telehealth service for MS patients “Since I appeared on Dragons’ Den last year, the business has surged and there is more support,” says Neomi Bennett. Related: A future of mobile-centric healthcare could save lives Related: How digital technology will make people powered health a reality Continue reading.
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