After studying music in Canada and at the University of Cape Town, South Africa, Uwe Diegel performed worldwide as a concert pianist for several years. In 1989 he was forced to change his career due to an injury to his right arm. He developed a new technology for the processing and production of low-lactose milk products and in 1992 he entered the world of medical diagnostics, quickly developing a particular interest in the field of cardiovascular diagnostics.
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