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ReWalk Plans $40M Private Placement To Fund Marketing, R&D Of Exoskeletons

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ReWalk plans to use the proceeds to fund sales, R&D and reimbursement expenses related to its ReStore and Personal 6.0 devices as it continues to face negative effects of pandemic.

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