Pa. maker of placenta-derived tissue graft obtains $2.23M

02/12/2013 | MedCityNews.com

AFcell Medical has obtained $2.23 million of a targeted $10 million round, which it will use for its sales and marketing team. The Pennsylvania-based startup is the maker of AmnioClear, a tissue graft derived from the placenta of living human donors that could speed recovery for tendon surgery or wound repair patients.

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