Interpore’s $30 Mil. Spinal Business Provides Backbone For Growth
This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet
Executive SummaryInterpore Cross International's C-TEK anterior cervical plate and Synergy lower back and deformity systems are driving a big jump in the company's spinal product line: sales of spinal products climbed 49% to $8.4 mil. in the final quarter of 2001
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