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EuroPCR 2018: New Stents Show Way Forward Post-Absorb

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The 2018 EuroPCR meeting in Paris featured new results from clinical trials of coronary stents from Biotronik, Amaranth, Medtronic, MicroPort, and Hexacath.

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