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Subject: [Sports medicine edition] 17 observations on total joint and spine procedures at ASCs | CHS to sell additional hospitals worth $2B in revenue | Drs. Neal ElAttrache, Kevin Mullaney & more: 16 orthopedic surgeons treating professional athletes | 23 cutting-edge spine surgery devices to know - 2017
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Nov. 13, 2017
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1. 17 observations on total joint and spine procedures at ASCs    

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3. Drs. Neal ElAttrache, Kevin Mullaney & more: 16 orthopedic surgeons treating professional athletes 

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5. 23 cutting-edge spine surgery devices to know | 2017    

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