As Big DX Companies Consolidate, What Are Smaller Companies To Do?
Executive SummaryIf large diagnostics companies are consolidating at a record pace these days, smaller companies are also struggling for ways to cope with the brutalities of the current market. Some are cutting back on projects or looking to eliminate altogether their involvement in diagnostics. Others are forging relations with other small companies, something they haven't done much of in the past.
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