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Ethicon Opens Up To Chronic Sinusitis Market With $785 Mil. Acclarent Buy

This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet

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Johnson & Johnson/Ethicon will use its $785 million acquisition of Acclarent, developer of the Balloon Sinuplasty system for chronic sinusitis, as a platform for growth in the ear, nose and throat business

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