Soteira Snags $6.6M in Equity Round

5/8/09

Soteira, a Natick, MA-based medical devices startup, has raised $6.6 million of a proposed $12 million round of private equity financing, according to an SEC filing. The filing does not list the investors in the round, and Soteira CEO Larry Jasinski couldn’t be reached at his office yesterday or today. The company is developing a system for treating vertebral compression fractures caused by osteoporosis, cancer, or traumatic injuries, according to the website of one of its investors, Fletcher Spaght Ventures. Soteira does not appear to have an active website.

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