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AMS Plans PMA Supplement After TherMatrx Claims Draw FDA Scrutiny

This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet

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American Medical Systems says it is preparing a PMA supplement that will include five-year follow-up data for the TherMatrx TMx-2000 BPH thermotherapy system

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