Imagyn Medical Inc.: Building a Market Franchise in Women's Health
Imagyn faces problems common to small device companies: a daunting FDA, less lucrative end-markets, and lack of effective distribution. Short-term it’s betting on US Surgical to market its products. Longer-term it hopes to grow by building a portfolio of products that move gynecological and infertility procedures out of the hospital.
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