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Boston Scientific Seeks To Defend Rapid-Exchange Patents In U.S., Abroad

This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet

Executive Summary

Boston Scientific is seeking to defend the intellectual property gained through its $2.1 bil. Schneider buy in 1998 by filing suit against Medtronic claiming infringement of a rapid-exchange catheter patent.

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