MassDevice Q&A: William Rutan

October 14, 2009 by Brian Johnson

The CEO of Mederi Therapeutics on the challenges of increasing awareness of bowel incontinence and his company's minimally invasive alternative to colostomy surgery.

MassDevice Q&A: Mederi Therapeutics CEO William Rutan

How do you get people to talk to their doctors about something so embarrassing they'll barely admit it to themselves?

That's the challenge facing Greenwich, Conn.-based medical device startup Mederi Therapeutics and the minimally invasive treatment for fecal incontinence it says will eliminate the need for drastic colostomy procedures.

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