Clinica's Medtech Ventures - Issue 18: Expanding battery technology drives SteadyMed's low-cost PatchPump
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Company: SteadyMed Specialty area(s): Infusion pump technology Based in: Tel Aviv, Israel Founded in: 2005 No. of employees: 6 Total investment received to date: $900,000 from RAD group, private investors and government research grants
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