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ConMed’s Ortho Franchise Prioritizes Pipeline Over External Growth

Executive Summary

ConMed’s ambitions in orthopedics are to be the clinician’s support, develop differentiated offerings and avoid “me too” activity, before all notions of leading the market rankings.

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