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US Medtechs Won't Rest On Laurels After Excise Tax Victory

Executive Summary

In the polarized environment of Washington DC, the US medtech industry was becoming increasingly concerned as 2017 turned to 2018 that the medical device sales tax would be reinstated after a two-year suspension. AdvaMed chairman Nadim Yared tells In Vivo about the efforts and lobbying that got Congressmen onside just in time – but the battle doesn’t stop there.

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