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Beyond INFUSE: Spine Community Searches For Answers, Alternatives

Executive Summary

Medtronic's INFUSE bone morphogenetic protein is the only product in the musculoskeletal industry that has changed the bar in terms of bone healing, and it is under fire for complications related to off-label use. As regulators and payors crack down on INFUSE and hospitals restrict access to the product, surgeons are seeking alternatives and there are a number of companies lining up to fill the void

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