New entrants to change the top ten in 1999
This article was originally published in Clinica
Surprisingly, given the level of consolidation which has amounted to a feeding frenzy of activity over the past year, the top ten companies in the medical devices and diagnostic industries have not changed much over the past five years. J&J is still the leading company - but the gap between it and Baxter, in second position, has widened significantly.
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