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Asked about reported problems with its Riata pacemaker lead, St. Jude Medical CEO Daniel Starks blasts cross-town rival Medtronic in a diatribe to analysts.
Ten orthopedic surgeons check in with their reactions to the controversy surrounding Medtronic’s Infuse bone-growth protein.
Former gymnast and Depuy Orthopaedics "poster lady" Penny Brown says she feels guilty that she might have encouraged others to get the artificial hip implant that left her in pain.
The federal Dept. of Health & Human Services issues a subpoena to TranS1 Inc., seeking documents in its probe of alleged health care fraud and false claims by the spine surgery firm.
Sen. Scott Brown, in an exclusive editorial for MassDevice, calls for the repeal of the medical device tax contained in the Affordable Care Act.
Steve Jobs, the tech visionary and founder of Apple Inc. (NSDQ:AAPL) who died earlier this month after a long struggle with cancer, may have been saved had he stuck with conventional medicine, according to a cancer specialist.
The ever-boisterous J. Raymond Elliott left an indelible mark on med-tech goliath Boston Scientific during two years in the corner office.