Endoscopy president to leave Boston Scientific

After more than 30 years at Boston Scientific, David Pierce has decided to retire from his roles as executive vice president and president of the endoscopy and medical surgical departments.

David Pierce will be a hard act to follow at Boston Scientific, which must now say goodbye to its experienced head of the endoscopy and medical surgical departments.

Pierce has been steadily climbing the ladder at the US-based medtech firm for over 30 years, and is currently president of the endoscopy and medical surgical departments.

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