High Hopes For False Hips

Fitch, Stephane
June 2009
Forbes Asia;6/22/2009, Vol. 5 Issue 11, p51
The article discusses the reaction of Joseph Devivo of Smith & Nephew PLC, to the controversy on hip-joint resurfacing in the U.S. Devivo stresses that middle-age adults should not worry abour hip pain since they can offer hip replacement which proven to be effective based on the experience of cyclist Floyd Landis. He also hopes that doctors and patients would acknowledge their services and apparatus for those who are interested for hip replacement.


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