Professor Nobles, an example of hard work and altruism

Mr. Anthony Nobles is an entrepreneur, biomedical engineer and president of several companies specialized in the design of medical equipment. He is 51 years old and a resident of the city of Huntington Beach, California, United States.
Professor Nobles has dedicated his life to improving the lives of others, including saving them, thanks to his useful creations. In the business since the 80s, up to now, it has 156 devices and 70 patents worldwide. Well-known brands such as Johnson & Johnson and Boston Scientific have been in charge of commercializing their inventions.

The multifaceted and always active personality of Tony Nobles has allowed him to surpass his facet of entrepreneur and scientist and has even become a professor. The success of its devices has reached branches of medicine as complex as cardiology and that is why Universities as prestigious as the Harvard Medical School, the UCLA Medical School of Business, the American College of Neurosurgery, the Society of Vascular Surgery and many others in various parts of the world, have invited him to give lectures where he explains the application, utility, and scope of each of his devices.
Several of the Nobles medical companies are located in Fountain Valley, California and that’s where the magic happens. Using state-of-the-art technology and demonstrating his great ability to invent and understand complex issues, Tony noble creates state-of-the-art medical devices more frequently than anyone else in the world. In addition, his team works tirelessly to continue promoting an innovative company.
His most recent creations are the NobleStich and the HeartStich, both devices to be used in heart operations.
Its objective is to help those who need it and if this was not enough, Mr. Nobles is also a philanthropist and through his, Nobles Family Foundation has been responsible for providing financial support to families and children who need it.

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