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Despite Stock Drop, Obama Budget Not Expected To Tangibly Impact Medtech

This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet

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Market confidence in the medical device sector declined, at least in the short term, in response to the Obama administration's fiscal 2010 budget proposal in late February, but analysts say investors are overreacting to very abstract risks to the industry

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