Super-Sized Medtech Rounds Scarce, But Growing
This article was originally published in Start Up
The number of big medtech venture rounds, those worth at least $50 million, has decreased and plateaued over the past couple of years, but the overall dollars brought in by those scarce deals notably increased in 2015. And a few lucky medtech firms managed to grab more than $100 million from single fundraises last year.
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