Medtech Start-Up Quarterly Statistics, Q4 2013
Life science start-ups raised $1.18 billion in the final quarter of 2013, more than twice the $559.4 million they garnered in the previous quarter, with seven medical device firms bringing in a combined $54 million – $11 million more than the previous quarter.
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