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DaVita to Sell 29 Clinics to Get Approval on CDSI Bid, U.S. Says

Sept. 2 (Bloomberg) -- DaVita Inc. must sell 29 clinics that provide dialysis services to get U.S. approval for the company’s bid to buy CDSI I Holding Co., the Federal Trade Commission said.

Competition will be preserved in 22 markets with the divestment, which is part of a proposed settlement, the FTC said in a statement.

DaVita is the Denver-based provider of outpatient dialysis services, which are used to treat people with advanced kidney disease, according to the FTC. DaVita is seeking to buy for $689 million Nashville, Tennessee-based CDSI, the fifth-largest provider of such services.

Skip Thurman, a spokesman for DaVita, didn’t immediately return phone calls seeking comment.

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To contact the editor responsible for this story: Mark Silva in Washington at

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