VC Deals Analysis: Hemodialysis Stands Out In Feb 5-Year Famine
February’s total deal value hit a five-year low in the absence of large venture fundraisings. However, amongst the companies that succeeded in raising cash, those in the area of hemodialysis management attracted more investor interest than usual.
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