PEOPLE - AxioMed Spine makes appointment:
This article was originally published in Clinica
AxioMed Spine, a Cleveland, Ohio-based company that develops devices to restore the native function of spines that have been affected by degenerative disease, has appointed Larry Papasan to its board of directors. Mr Papasan is currently chairman of the board of the Tennessee-based BioMimetic Therapeutics (drug-device combination products for the repair of orthopaedic injuries). Mr Papasan is a former president of Smith & Nephew Orthopaedics.
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