LifeNet to supply Osteotech with tissue for technologies

October 2007
Medical Device Daily;10/18/2007, Vol. 11 Issue 200, p6
The article reports on a tissue supply agreement between Eatontown, New Jersey-based Osteotech and Virginia Beach, Virginia-based LifeNet Health. Effective as of September 1, 2007, the agreement has an initial five-year term, which can be discontinued at an earlier time by either party on six-months notice, and automatically renews for successive two-year terms unless terminated by either party six months prior to renewal.


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