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VC Funding In 2013: Some Impressive Device Rounds, But Momentum Shifts To Biotech

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Medtech start-ups have closed on some impressive venture capital funding rounds so far this year, with the largest investments concentrated in a few “hot” technology areas. But the biotechnology industry garnered far more VC funding in Q2 than did the medical device sector, particularly with regards to early-stage funding.

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