Author Archives: Paul Citron

Perspective: Medical Devices: Lost in Regulation


This article is in The Energy/Climate Complex, Spring 2011


The implanted medical device industry was founded in the United States and has been a major economic success and the source of numerous life-saving and life-improving technologies. In the 1950s and 1960s, technological innovations such as the cardiac pacemaker and prosthetic heart valve meant that thousands of suffering Americans had access to treatment options where […]