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No Easy Task But Insulet Determined To Fly Solo In Europe

Executive Summary

After eight years together, Insulet will be splitting from its exclusive European distributor Ypsomed and take full responsibility for the distribution, sales, marketing, training and support activities of its Omnipod insulin management system in that region. Insulet's president and chief operating officer, Shacey Petrovic told Medtech Insight how the Massachusetts-based company will embark on this next solo chapter.

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