Cyberonics raises $45 million in private placement
This article was originally published in Clinica
Cyberonics has raised $45 million in a private placement. The Houston, Texas company will use the proceeds to fund ongoing and future clinical studies in depression, obesity, Alzheimer's disease and other indications for its vagus nerve stimulation technology.
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