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BOSTON — Taking a look at the market is the starting point when first evaluating the likelihood that an innovative idea can be a successfully developed opportunity, according to William J. Link, PhD, a panelist for the Innovation in Retina session at the annual meeting of the American Society of Retina Specialists.Link said he studies a number of factors when considering opportunities: What are the unmet needs? Will the technology make a difference? How does the caliber and integrity of the team fit? Is there a regulatory path? Does capital efficiency, that is, cash and time, correlate to the size of the market?
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