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Bard EP Deal Latest In Boston Scientific’s M&A Revival, Bolsters CRM Business

This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet

Executive Summary

Boston Scientific’s recent acquisition of Bard Electrophysiology marks the tenth notable acquisition that it has made since 2010. Four of those deals come in cardiac rhythm management, including EP, which is among the fastest-growing device sectors and one that company executives see as a major contributor to future growth.

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