Zimmer Biomet Buys LDR To Boost Spine Revenue Growth
This article was originally published in Clinica
The world's second-largest orthopedic device firm, Zimmer Biomet, is making its biggest move since Zimmer and Biomet merged in 2015 with a $1bn acquisition of spine-device specialists LDR.
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