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InfraReDx’s Long Road To Commercialization Continues With Latest Financing

This article was originally published in Start Up

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InfraReDx raised $25 million in late August, another step in its long journey to change the standard of care for coronary artery disease. With the latest financing, the company has raised some $175 million since its founding in 1998, and although it still has far to go, in that length of time InfraReDx, and an understanding of coronary artery disease, have come a long way.

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