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Device Firms Will Collaborate With Pharma Rather Than Merge, Medtronic Exec Says

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Medical device makers will continue to build their in-house expertise in pharmaceuticals and biologics, but will leave the drug and biologic discovery process to outside partners, Medtronic’s chief operating officer predicts.

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