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Advanced Bionics to Stimulate Growth for Boston Scientific

Executive Summary

Investors approved of Boston Scientific's decision to purchase Advanced Bionics, which offers a wealth of new possibilities in areas in which BSC is already a leader--cardiology, urology, neurology, and gastroenteroloy. More than that, Advanced Bionics presents completely new and untapped businesses in neurostimulation.

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