San Diego Union-Tribune: Local startup Carlsmed lands $30M to bring personalized spine surgery tech to more patients

Med-tech startup Carlsmed said Tuesday that it picked up an additional $30 million in venture capital to drive its digital platform for personalized, 3-D printed spinal implants to improve the success rate of certain back surgeries.

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