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In Deep Brain Stimulation, Sapiens Adopts Wise Model

This article was originally published in Start Up

Executive Summary

In early June, young company Sapiens Steering Brain Stimulation raised the largest Series A round that a device company in Europe, perhaps even in they US, has enjoyed in five years. Sapiens aims to solve several key challenges hindering deep brain stimulation: divorcing the therapeutic effect of stimulation from the unintended side effects, making the device MRI-compatible and providing physicians with an integrated image-guided procedure.

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