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January 7, 1996
Hancock Jaffe Laboratories has sold its 50% stake in Heart Valve Co. to Hancock's partner in the joint venture, St. Jude Medical Inc. of St. Paul, Minn. Financial terms of the agreement were not disclosed. St. Jude and Hancock Jaffe Laboratories created Heart Valve Co. in 1992 to develop a state-of-the-art tissue valve. Their first product, the SJM X-Cell valve, uses pork tissue that has been treated to make it less susceptible to hardening, and it has a plastic structure, or stent.
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BUSINESS
January 7, 1996
Hancock Jaffe Laboratories has sold its 50% stake in Heart Valve Co. to Hancock's partner in the joint venture, St. Jude Medical Inc. of St. Paul, Minn. Financial terms of the agreement were not disclosed. St. Jude and Hancock Jaffe Laboratories created Heart Valve Co. in 1992 to develop a state-of-the-art tissue valve. Their first product, the SJM X-Cell valve, uses pork tissue that has been treated to make it less susceptible to hardening, and it has a plastic structure, or stent.
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BUSINESS
April 28, 1992
Hancock-Jaffe Laboratories, a developer of biological implants for the cardiovascular, orthopedic and plastic surgery markets, has entered into a joint-venture agreement with a Minnesota company. St. Jude Medical Inc. of St. Paul made the announcement Monday, saying the deal will allow the companies to combine their research in developing a heart valve made from tissue rather than a non-biological material. St.
BUSINESS
April 28, 1992
Hancock-Jaffe Laboratories, a developer of biological implants for the cardiovascular, orthopedic and plastic surgery markets, has entered into a joint-venture agreement with a Minnesota company. St. Jude Medical Inc. of St. Paul made the announcement Monday, saying the deal will allow the companies to combine their research in developing a heart valve made from tissue rather than a non-biological material. St.
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