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Boston Scientific acquires Plymouth-based BridgePoint

Massachusetts-based Boston Scientific is buying medical startup BridgePoint Medical Inc., the Star Tribune reports. The small privately held firm has developed an innovative system to clear coronary arteries without bypass surgery. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.
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Massachusetts-based Boston Scientific is buying medical startup BridgePoint Medical Inc., the Star Tribune reports. The small privately held firm has developed an innovative system to clear coronary arteries without bypass surgery. Terms of the deal were not disclosed. Boston Scientific has 5,000 employees in Minnesota.

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