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Medical Technology Start-Ups In Free Fall As Industry 'Grays'

The number of start up companies in the U.S. medical device and technology industry has dropped nearly 70 percent over the last three decades amid regulatory challenges and competition for young talent, according to the Advanced Medical Technology Association (AdvaMed).
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