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At PCR, Interventional Cardiology Looks East, Not West

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For many years, the Paris Course on Revascularization, Europe's largest showcase of devices and technology used in interventional cardiology, more often looked like a mini-TCT, the US-based meeting serving interventional medicine as well. But in the last couple of years, it's been hard to miss a somewhat diminished role for US physicians. While fewer US physicians have made the trip to Paris, interventionalists from China and India have been coming to PCR in greater numbers.

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