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NeuWave Medical raises more than $25 million | Medtech funding for the week of May 25, 2015

May 29, 2015 by MassDevice

Here's a look at some of the top legal news stories for medical device companies this week: NeuWave Med raises $25m; Medtech funding in today's environment; Medtech trio sets $297m offering terms; AirXpanders plans $28m IPO Down Under; ClarVista raises $14m Series B round

UPDATE: NeuWave Med raises $25m

May 28, 2015 by Mark Hollmer

NeuWave Med raises $25m

UPDATE: NeuWave Med raises $25m

May 28, 2015 by Mark Hollmer

NeuWave Medical raised more than $25 million in equity financing as it works to advance the market for its microwave ablation tumor removal tool.

NeuWave Med raises $25m

UPDATED May 28, 2015, with details on investors, comment from management.

NeuWave Medical – developer of a microwave ablation tumor removal tool – pulled in more than $25.3 million in a Series C round led by Versant Ventures.

NeuWave Medical zeros in on $19M in equity financing

July 31, 2013 by Sony Salzman

NeuWave has $5 million left to raise before hitting its target in a hoped-for $19 million funding round.

Funding roundup

Wisconsin medical device maker NeuWave Medical is more than halfway to wrapping up a hoped-for $19 million equity funding round, with $14 million in the bank so far and 22 accredited investors, according to an SEC filing.

The new filing offered more details on a fundraising round that began almost 1 year ago. As of yesterday, the ablation device company has about $5 million left to go to top off the fund-raise.

Funding: Medical device companies raise $70M | Wall Street Beat

September 5, 2012 by MassDevice staff

Four medical device companies raise more than $70 million recently, with investors backing technologies ranging from a laser scalpel to a pancreatic stent.

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Four medical device companies reeled in more than $70 million in recent weeks, to develop technologies including a laser scalpel for minimally invasive surgeries, a peripheral vessel stapler, a thermal ablation system and a biliary stent.

Cambridge, Mass.-based OmniGuide led the charge with a $35 million round from Orbimed Advisors. OmniGuide chairman Yoel Fink told MassDevice.com in 2010 that the device uses the mirror technology he pioneered at the Mass. Institute of Technology in the 1990s.