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Boston Scientific Endoscopy Presents Promising Clinical Data During Digestive Disease Week ®
Date:5/18/2012

NATICK, Mass., May 18, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Boston Scientific Corporation (NYSE: BSX) announces that seven abstracts and additional clinical data analyses will be presented at Digestive Disease Week® (DDW), May 19 – 22 in San Diego.  The analyses involve the SpyGlass® Direct Visualization System, WallFlex® Biliary RX Stent, Expect™ 19 Flex Endoscopic Ultrasound Aspiration Needle and Resolution® Clip.

"The volume and quality of presentations that include Boston Scientific endoscopy products underscore our ability to deliver industry-leading technologies that improve the diagnosis and treatment of gastrointestinal diseases," said David Pierce, president of the endoscopy division at Boston Scientific.  "We are committed to developing innovative treatment options and expanding indications that enhance the quality of life for patients, as demonstrated by the recent global launch of our Expect 19 Flex Needle as well as the broad range of Boston Scientific endoscopic innovations showcased at Digestive Disease Week."

The Expect 19 Flex Needle will be available for demonstration at Boston Scientific's booth #1525 during DDW.  The company will also offer hands-on demonstration sessions in its Simulated Clinical Endoscopy Suites and at its booth stations for GI Stenting, Access, Visualization and Therapeutics for ERCP, Hemostasis, Dilation, Tissue Acquisition and Enteral Access.  For more information on Boston Scientific endoscopy products, visit www.bsci.com/endo-resources.

Schedule of Key Podium and Poster Presentations (partial listing, all times are Pacific Daylight Time):Saturday, May 19

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