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FoxHollow To Sell Extracted Plaque For Artery Disease Drug Development

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Plaque excision system maker FoxHollow is in talks with pharma and biotech companies to aid drug development for peripheral artery disease using its SilverHawk technology, CEO Thomas says.

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