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I am deputy chairperson of the EBIR (and this was the reason I was invited to submit this commentary). I have received research funding from Boston Scientific but there is no overlap with the content of this commentary.

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Nice, C. EBIR-Helping to Foster Global IR. Cardiovasc Intervent Radiol 45, 1553–1554 (2022).

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