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Stryker: The New Dealmakers in Orthopedics

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Once known for its conservative culture, Stryker has emerged in recent years as one of orthopedics' most aggressive dealmakers. Bryant Zanko, VP of Business Development, talks about Stryker's change of direction and the strategy behind it.

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