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Vascular Interventional Devices: New Avenues For Growth

Manufacturers are finding it harder to innovate in the vascular interventional devices as market and regulatory pressures take their toll. New coronary drug-eluting stents face a difficult challenge with the high bar now set by existing devices, and there have been several recent disappointments in renal denervation, drug-coated balloons, and renal artery stenting; still there are some promising areas, with bioresorbable stents offering perhaps the best prospect among vascular therapies for future blockbuster status.

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Re-Evaluating Growth Opportunities In Vascular Interventional Device Markets

Manufacturers are finding it harder to innovate in the vascular interventional device arena as market and regulatory pressures take their toll. New coronary drug-eluting stents face a difficult challenge with the high bar now set by existing devices, and there have been several recent disappointments in the areas of renal denervation, drug-coated balloons, and renal artery stenting; still there are areas of opportunity that continue to look promising, with bioresorbable stents offering perhaps the best prospect among vascular therapies for future blockbuster status.

Medical Device

Prioritize, Leverage, Collaborate, Hamburg Exhorts Biotech Crowd

Academics and drug developers, as well as FDA, will have to be more creative in their collaborations if they are to foster innovation in an era of inconsistent and continually eroding federal funding support, the FDA commissioner advised.

BioPharmaceutical Innovation

NCI-Funded Device Start-Ups Offer Game-Changing Technologies

At the NCI SBIR 2012 Investor Forum, a select group of SBIR grant-funded emerging cancer device companies presented promising next-generation technologies poised to dramatically impact survival from a variety of cancers, including deadly lung, liver, and esophageal malignancies.

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