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Local med tech company raises cash for commercialisation

The wrong IV drugs kill and maim more than 500 New Zealanders each year. A start-up founded by TIN100 principal Greg Shanahan is trying to help. With special feature audio.

Calida Smylie
Tue, 19 Apr 2016

Devonport-based medical technology company Veriphi is raising up to $2 million on equity crowdfunding platform Snowball Effect, as it moves toward commercialisation of its patient safety product.

The start-up has developed laser technology, which it hopes will prevent numerous New Zealanders dying

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Calida Smylie
Tue, 19 Apr 2016
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