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Infuse Open-Access Project A Model For The Future? Medtronic Thinks So

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Two independent analyses published on Medtronic’s Infuse biologic bone graft do not paint a positive picture for the device, but they do represent an important model for the future of open-access data analysis for drugs and devices, both Medtronic and academic proponents say.

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