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A Last Gasp for Stryker with OP-1? Not Likely.

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Few were surprised when an FDA advisory panel recommended against approving Stryker's OP-1 device for spinal fusion. Plus, given the recent focus on off-label use of orthobiologics, OP-1 was not likely to displace its only competitor, InFuse. That said, the off label issue may well influence the future of OP-1 as Stryker contemplates whether and how to retool clinical development.
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