7 February 2024

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City medtech secures investment of €6.4m to advance revolutionary stroke treatment

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City medtech secures investment of €6.4m to advance revolutionary stroke treatment

A city-based medtech firm has secured investment of €6.4m to advance a revolutionary new stroke treatment.

Ceroflo will use the latest funding to advance an innovative stent that works to prevent one of the leading causes of stroke.

That’s Intracranial atherosclerotic disease – or IACD.

The €6.4m will now allow Ceroflo to bring the stent to 30 patients in the first human trials.

 

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