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'We are working in an industry that is coming to reality as we speak'

Lorenzo Consoli, CEO of NuvoAir. Photo: Lorenzo Consoli/NuvoAir

Published: 25.Jun.2019 07:40 hrs

MY SWEDISH CAREER: Over the past three years, Lorenzo Consoli has been learning how to navigate Sweden's startup world, while setting up a business which he hopes will help the half a billion people around the globe suffering from respiratory conditions.

"I think technology can give doctors superpowers," the Italian-born CEO tells The Local.

"Doctors can focus on the most critical patients and spend more time with those patients while de-prioritizing those that are coping with their condition." 

Read full article on The Local

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