St. Louis Arch Angels Invest in Three Medical Startups

The St. Louis Arch Angels Network, a group that invests in early-stage companies, has put $418,800 into three medical-device startups.

The group made initial investments of $100,000 in Neurolutions, a Maryland Heights company that is developing a stroke-rehabilitation device, and $180,000 in Kypha, a St. Louis company that’s developing a blood test for lupus and other immune-system disorders. It also made a follow-on investment of $138,800 in CardiaLen, which is developing a device to treat atrial fibrillation. Arch Angels members have now invested a total of $613,800 in CardiaLen.

Read more on St. Louis Post-Dispatch.


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