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Have Device VCs Bet Too Big?

Executive Summary

Medical device investors in recent years subscribed to a bigger-is-better philosophy when it came to investing. VCs were eager to pour more capital into start-ups of all stages, believing it was shrewder or simply necessary to carry companies further along in development. However, a review of data from several sources suggests that bigger bets may not have been better.
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