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Orthopedic Roundup: Zimmer Biomet, J&J, Smith & Nephew, Stryker Hope For Post-COVID Recovery As Elective Surgeries Restart

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The big four companies in the orthopedics space hope that the restart of elective surgeries will make up for lost sales, but many uncertainties remain.

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