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Clinica 100: Top Spot Soon Within Medtronic’s Grasp; More Change In 2016

This article was originally published in Clinica

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Medtronic may have pulled off the biggest merger in medtech history, but Johnson & Johnson has once again held on to its number one spot in this year’s Clinica 100 league table – but only just. With J&J having done more streamlining in 2015 and Medtronic in line to benefit from the addition of Covidien sales for a full fiscal year, the next edition of our league table in 2016 will very likely see a new leader.

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