Start-Ups, Strategics Help Mend Wound Repair
This article was originally published in Start Up
Large numbers of patients with chronic wounds haven’t responded to existing treatments, and their open wounds can have dire consequences. The suffering of patients, the failures of past remedy attempts, and new financial pressures on hospitals have medtech entrepreneurs and venture investors focused on finding better solutions to wound care.
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