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Stryker Could Bid for Smith & Nephew Soon

This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet

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Stryker may make bid for Smith and Nephew this week in a deal that would be completed by end of next year, according to analysts. While the deal makes strategic sense, analysts warn it could carry higher regulatory risk.

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