Wall Street Journal | Medical-Device Investment Rises in Second Quarter

Brian Bock, Lincoln International Managing Director, discusses with the The Wall Street Journal how investments in the medical device sector have been impacted by the #COVID19 pandemic and the expectation that they should rise in the second half of the year.

View full article originally posted on July 30, 2020, by the Wall Street Journal here.

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  • Brian Bock, Lincoln International Managing Director, discusses with the The Wall Street Journal the state of investments in the medical device sector.

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