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What do President and CEO of Surgical Care Affiliates Andrew Hayek, DISC Sports & Spine Center Founder Robert S. Bray Jr., MD, and Olympic athlete Lolo Jones have in common?  
Here are 18 orthopedic and spine device launches and releases.  
A man paralyzed from the chest down has regained sensation and muscle control in his legs after regenerative cells were implanted in his back to repair the spinal cord, according to a report by The Independent.  
Healthcare employers and insurers are adopting or considering several tactics to limit payments for medical services, and since spine surgery can be a high-priced elective procedure, it could be a target going forward. 
So far in 2014, medical startups have raised $300 million, according to a Twin Cities Business report, with a bulk of the fundraising happening in the third quarter.  
Exactech reported revenue growth in the third quarter of 2014, but net income was down due to currency losses. 
There isn't much data available today on cost-effectiveness for treating cervical degenerative disc disease, despite the many patients who undergo treatment every year. 
X-spine Systems added a line of biologics to its product portfolio.  
University of Pittsburgh Medical Center and Butler (Pa.) Health System formed a joint venture to acquire Butler-based Tri Rivers Surgical Associates, according to a Pittsburgh Business Times report.  
This past week at the Congress of Neurological Surgeons annual meeting, Medtronic has launched several new products that could set the foundation for a new growth in the company's spine business. 
Belgium-based Materialise is acquiring United Kingdom-based OrthoView, a two-dimensional digital preoperative planning and templating solutions provider for orthopedic surgeons. 
Is there enough strong evidence to prove minimal access spine surgery is more cost-effective than traditional open procedures? 
Medical device companies could miss out on $34 billion in potential revenue by 2020 because of disruptive change in the industry, according to a study by global management consulting firm A.T. Kearney. 
  Stryker has been under a microscope over the past few months, whether it's rumors the company will acquire London-based Smith & Nephew or reports that director Ronda Stryker sold another batch of company stock.  
Medtronic launched a single-level anterior cervical discectomy and fusion device today — DIVERGENCE. 
An article recently published in Spine examining how microscope use impacts operating room time and outcomes for spine surgery. 
A new orthopedics market report shows growth in the orthopedic and prosthetics industry, according to ReportsNReports. 
Barnes-Jewish Hospital at Washington University Medical Center in St. Louis is the fourth clinical trial site for InVivo Therapeutics' IDE pilot study of the neuro-spinal scaffold in patients with acute spinal cord injury. 
The arthroscopic devices market in Asia is estimated to grow and exceed $700 million by 2018, according to a new MicroMarket Monitor report.  
  Medtronic introduced its pure titanium coating platform of interbody spinal fusion devices at the 2014 Congress of Neurological Surgeons Annual Meeting in Boston, Oct. 18 to Oct. 22.  
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