Ukrainian-American MedTech startup A.D.A.M announced the signing of the Memorandum of Cooperation between the company, the Ministry of Health of Ukraine and the Lviv Territorial Medical Association.
- The goal of the cooperation is to make innovative solutions, such as 3D printing of bone implants, available for wounded civilians and soldiers who suffered as a result of the Russian military aggression against Ukraine.
- As a U.S. company with roots in Ukraine, A.D.A.M. grateful for the opportunity to help reduce patient suffering and improve the quality of life for those impacted by Russia’s war on Ukraine.
- As part of the cooperation, we are planning on installing A.D.A.M. medical device production system on the premises of the Lviv Territorial Medical Association this summer and begin 3D-printing bone implants soon after.
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