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ReCor Deal Underscores RDN Revival – But Also Reason For Backing Medtech?

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Certain VCs are becoming reluctant to invest in medtech, citing difficulties such as a shrinking pool of buyers and increasing regulatory challenges. But Sofinnova Partners has successfully sold a medical device portfolio company – and one that is in a difficult field like renal denervation, no less – to a Japanese buyer. Antoine Papiernik, managing partner at the French VC, explains how persevering with a renal denervation technology paid-off and gives his perspective on whether medtech is still a space worth investing in.

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