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Innovation Not Forgotten Art For Device Conglomerates - Wharton Panel

This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet

Executive Summary

Large device companies play a significant role in medical technology innovation, contrary to the somewhat widespread belief that the start-up sector is the primary driver of R&D, Boston Scientific Chairman Peter Nicholas maintained.

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