Start-Up Spotlight: Atlantic Therapeutics, Stimulating The Stress Incontinence Market With Vaginal Mesh Alternative
While controversy over vaginal mesh implants and the serious complications resulting from these devices eroding inside the patient continue unabated across the globe, one Irish company is looking to capitalize on this opportune time by offering a noninvasive solution to stress urinary incontinence. Atlantic Therapeutics has recently won the backing of European healthcare VCs, raising €15m in a Series A round.
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