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Medtech VCs Find Ways To Fill The Gaps

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The medtech venture capital ecosystem has certainly felt some strain lately as market pressures tighten the spigot for venture funding. At the IN3 meeting in October, members of a panel of medtech investors – three institutional and one corporate VC, and an entrepreneur – explained how they’re committing their capital during these difficult times.

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