IlluminOss’ bone-repair system excites investors

BONE STRUCTURE: IlluminOss President and CEO Scott Rader shows off the company’s photodynamic bone-stabilization system. He says the new round of financing will help the clinical trials that will hopefully lead to the firm’s FDA approval. / PBN PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY
BONE STRUCTURE: IlluminOss President and CEO Scott Rader shows off the company’s photodynamic bone-stabilization system. He says the new round of financing will help the clinical trials that will hopefully lead to the firm’s FDA approval. / PBN PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY
For the past year venture capitalists have kept a watchful eye on surgeries like the broken-ankle repair Dr. Thomas Gausepohl performed on a woman in Marl, Germany, in June 2011. Confronted with a bone fracture that would normally require inserting up to 10 screws and a plate in the woman’s ankle, or immobilizing it for…

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