Avinger Invests In Trials Of Lumivascular Peripheral Atherectomy Device As Company Restructures
US FDA-approval for an in-stent restenosis trial of Avinger's Pantheris atherectomy system comes on the heels of positive results from the VISION trial of the Pantheris in patients with peripheral arterial disease of the lower extremities. Meanwhile, the company is restructuring to cut its expenses by half as its stock has been stuck below a dollar a share since April.
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