CMR Surgical Bags $240M, Ready For Robotics Surgery Launch
UK robotics firm CMR Surgical has landed $240m from investors as it prepares to launch its robotic surgery system in Europe and India. The Series C raise is Europe’s largest private financing round in the medical technology sector to date.
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