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Minvasys: Tailoring the Stent to Fit the Lesion in Bifurcations

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Bifurcated lesions remain one of the most challenging unmet clinical needs facing interventional cardiologists, even with current drug-eluting stents. Here's how one small company is challenging bigger players in this promising market by developing polymer-free DES designed specifically for these difficult bifurcated lesions.
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