Investors Boost Metabolic Companies
This article was originally published in Start Up
Investments in endocrine/metabolic disease-focused medtech companies reached a four-year high in 2015. Biopharma companies grabbed the majority of the funds that have been raised since 2012, and among medtechs, those focused on diabetes fared best.
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