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Smith & Nephew To Acquire Regenerative Shoulder-Tech Firm

Executive Summary

Th UK firm is buying Rotation Medical and its regeneration technology for shoulder rotator cuff repair for $125m, plus milestones, to grow its sports-medicine portfolio. The deal comes amid rumors that Smith & Nephew could be positioning itself to be acquired.

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