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Market Intel: Pain Management I: Spinal-Cord Stim To Grab Ever-Bigger Market Share

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The field of neuromodulation for treating chronic pain is growing rapidly, especially in the fastest-growing spinal cord stimulation (SCS) market segment, which is expected to hit $2.4bn by 2021. This article, the first of a two-part series, will explore what the key drivers and limitations are for the SCS market and provide insight from three established pain management specialists on what factors will push wider adoption of this therapy.

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