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Device Investors Buoyed By Secondhand Optimism

This article was originally published in Start Up

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Venture capitalists still might find medical devices to be among the more difficult sectors to place their money, but the overall mood of device investors is improving. Device VCs are encouraged by increasing opportunities on Wall Street along with interest from corporate investors, but limited partners and the FDA remain primary concerns.

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