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BTG Deals Its Way Into Interventional Medicine

Executive Summary

UK-listed BTG PLC is on a route to a major future in interventional medicine, having built solid foundations in licensing and specialty pharma. CEO Louise Makin describes the deal- and decision-making rationale that has allowed a mid-cap player to set billion-dollar plus ambitions in interventional medicine, based on organic and M&A growth.

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