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CVRx Funding Boost Will Sustain Barostim Heart Failure Device To US Launch

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US heart failure device manufacturer CVRx has scored a double hit by securing $113 million in funding in this flat investor climate and by being one of the first into the US FDA’s EAP, designed to help innovative technologies get faster access to market. CVRx’s much larger rivals are doubtless watching events with an uneasy mix of interest and concern.

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