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Going More Than Skin Deep Into Merz’s Ulthera Acquisition

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New Enterprise Associates registered one of its biggest returns ever when Merz agreed to pay up to $600 million for aesthetics company Ulthera. CEO Matthew Likens and lead investor Justin Klein, MD, discuss specifics about the blockbuster deal.

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