Windgap Medical has raised $12 million from 106 investors as part of a $27 million round, according to a document filed with the SEC. The Watertown, Mass.-based company is developing an epinephrine auto-injector designed to treat severe allergic reactions. Get the full story at our sister site, Drug Delivery Business News.
Windgap Medical said in a regulatory filing today that it raised a debt-and-options round worth $2.9 million for the epinephrine auto-injector it’s developing. Somerville, Mass.-based Windgap is working on a device that would mix a dry formulation of the drug into solution, then inject it into a patient suffering from anaphylaxis due to an acute […]