Category: InSightec Ltd
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InSightec says it raised $59 million for its ExAblate fibroid device and named ex-Mako Surgical CEO Dr. Maurice Ferré as chairman of the board.
InSightec said today that it reeled in a $59 million Series D round from institutional investors in the U.S. and Asia and named Dr. Maurice Ferré as chairman of the board.
InSightec developed the ExAblate MR-guided ultrasound targeting technology.
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A group of Chinese investors pays $12.5 million to acquire about 5% of Israeli ultrasound therapy devices maker InSightec.
Israeli device maker InSightec added $12.5 million to its coffers thanks to the support of Chinese backers, the firm's parent company announced.
InSightec launches a $50 million Series D funding round in support of its MR-guided ultrasound treatment, hoping to boost the round to $62.5 million.
Israel-based InSightec is looking for a few investors to jump in on its $50 million Series D funding round, saying it'll use the funds to boost commercial efforts for its non-invasive tumor-targeting ultrasound therapy.
York Capital Management is already lined up to take a chunk out of the $50 million, leaving "limited time" for other prospective funders to jump in on the initial round or to expand fundraising to $62.5 million, InSightec said.
Canadian regulators give InSightec a nod of approval for the ExAblate system to treat benign uterine tumors and painful metastatic bone tumors.
Canadian healthcare regulators approved InSightec's ExAblate ultrasound system, clearing the device for use against 2 different diseases. Health Canada granted ExAblate indication to break up benign uterine tumors and to alleviate painful symptoms of metastatic bone tumors.
Chinese regulators hand InSightec regulatory approval for the ExAblate ultrasound-based therapy to treat non-cancerous uterine tumors.
Israeli device maker InSightec landed a green light from the Chinese Food & Drug Administration for its ExAblate MRI-guided focused ultrasound therapy, with an indication to treat non-cancer-causing tumors in the uterus.
These tumors, called uterine fibroids, occur in more than 20% of women of childbearing age, according to the company. ExAblate is an incision-free treatment that uses ultrasound frequencies to ablate tumors.