Liberator Buy Gives Bard Direct-To-Consumer Access
This article was originally published in Clinica
CR Bard, Inc. is gaining a direct-to-consumer distribution platform with its proposed $181m acquisition of Liberator Medical Holdings, Inc., said to be one of the US’s leading suppliers of medical disposables to home patients.
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