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Executive Summary

Impres Medical Inc. aims to offer women an office-based non-surgical solution for menorrhagia. The start-up has developed an implantable device that replicates Asherman's syndrome, a disorder that forces a buildup of fibrous tissue in the uterus that replaces the endometrium and eventually deactivates the menstrual cycle.

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