Abbott's Alere Buy Signals Strength of POC Market | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Abbott's $5.8 billion deal to acquire Alere announced earlier this week is a sign of the potential strength of the point-of-care diagnostics market, including the burgeoning molecular portion of the market, and could set off M&A activity in that segment, according to industry analysts.

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