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Emerging Peripheral Nerve Technologies Draw New Competitors To Neuromodulation Market

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Emerging technologies in peripheral nerve stimulation are expected to play a pivotal role in opening up new markets and driving growth in the neuromodulation device market in the years ahead. As a result, the pipeline is rich with products designed to address a growing number of patients with long-term pain and other chronic conditions, many of whom have no other treatment options.

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