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Medical device industry growing in importance in Midwest

CHICAGO - Many of my past columns have focused on the drug side of the life sciences industry, which has annual sales of more than $500 billion per year. The drug industry's traditional leaders are heavily concentrated in the east coast (particularly in the corridor between Philadelphia and New York) with a secondary and smaller hub in the Midwest.


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Cardiovascular devices: $40 billion
In vitro diagnostics: $20 billion
Orthopedic devices: $16.4 billion (with a $2.2 billion spinal devices segment)
Biomaterials: $8.8 billion
Minimally invasive surgery: $8 billion
Woundcare: $7.2 billion
Ophthalmology: less than $1 billion (but growing rapidly)

Though small......

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The expanded use of diagnostics to customize therapeutic regimens on a patient-by-patient level and prediction of disease onset at an earlier stage, which is allowing for earlier and more effective treatment.

The Midwest is well poised to capture ......

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'"/> By Michael Rosen 08/08/05

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