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Final Countdown To St. Jude Acquisition – Abbott Scores US Antitrust Approval

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Abbott has scored US FTC antitrust approval for its proposed $25bn acquisition of St. Jude. The approval comes with two conditions: that Abbott divests the vascular closure device and steerable sheath businesses to Terumo, and that it notifies the FTC if it intends to acquire lesion-assessing ablation catheter assets from Advanced Cardiac Therapeutics.

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