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Aragon Surgical: Start-Up Diversifies Early

This article was originally published in Start Up

Executive Summary

One of the golden rules of medical device start-ups is maintaining focus. That's why it was somewhat surprising to see that Aragon Surgical Inc., a start-up just emerging from stealth status, launched by veteran device investors Leslie Bottorff of Onset Ventures and David Douglass and John Maroney of Delphi Ventures, had recently completed an acquisition of a second product while its primary product still remains very much in the development stage.

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