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Everything-But-CRM Growth Drivers Slow In Q2 For St. Jude

This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet

Executive Summary

Amid a persistently contracting cardiac rhythm management market, the firm’s CRM business, while not growing, performed better than expected in the second quarter. But several of it its non-CRM businesses, which the company relies on to drive growth, experienced a slowdown.

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