Cingulate Therapeutics said today that it landed a $7.5 million investment to help fund the development of its controlled-release ADHD drugs.
The Kansas City-based company is working on a set of therapies that utilize its ‘Precision Time Release’ drug-delivery platform. Cingulate’s CEO, Shane Schaffer, told Drug Delivery Business News that his company set out to create an ADHD therapy that tackles all of the challenges posed by existing therapies.
Heidi Dohse was diagnosed with a rare arrhythmia in 1982 and has been 100% pacemaker dependent for over 30 years. With the help of wearable devices, she has been able to pursue her dream to become a competitive cyclist.
You can hear her story and more when you register for DeviceTalks Boston, October 8-10.
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