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People Briefs: Owens & Minor, Laurimed, Xagenic, Intersect ENT

This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet

Executive Summary

Owens & Minor launched a search to replace its retiring CEO; Laurimed named its new CEO; Xagenic hired a VP of product development; and Intersect ENT appointed a chief commercial officer.

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