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Quantum Surgical Closes 40 Million Euro Financing Round to Support the Commercial Launch of Epione® Medical Robot


Medical robotics company, Quantum Surgical, has secured €40 million (US$48 million) of financing. Led by existing key investor Ally Bridge Group (“ABG”) with an investment of €20 million (US$24 million), this round also includes funding from the European Investment Bank, Bpifrance, and Caisse d’Epargne Languedoc Roussillon. This brings the total amount of funds completed by Quantum Surgical to €50 million since its inception.

Following CE mark approval announced in September, this funding will support company’s operations dedicated to the commercial launch of Epione®, a medical robot designed to assist physicians in performing safer and more efficient percutaneous tumor ablations in the abdomen. Epione® aims to allow more patients to benefit from minimally invasive liver cancer treatment, a technique consisting of inserting a needle percutaneously to burn a tumor.

“We are delighted to have closed this round of financing and honored by the strong, continued support of our key long-term investor Ally Bridge Group all the way since the days of our previous company Medtech SA just before its acquisition by Zimmer Biomet in 2016. These additional funds will support the company to accelerate the clinical adoption of Epione®, our medical robot for liver cancer treatment,” said Bertin NAHUM, CEO, and co-founder of Quantum Surgical.

“As an early investor of Quantum Surgical, ABG is proud to continue to support the company’s impressive achievement throughout the Covid-19 pandemic, evidenced by its recent CE mark approval,” said Frank Yu, Founder, CEO and CIO at Ally Bridge Group. “We expect to see significant milestones to be achieved by Quantum in the near term that will allow Epione® to treat more liver cancer patients sooner and better than the current standard of care.”

“The EIB is pleased to contribute to the development of Quantum Surgical and its innovative technology to improve the treatment of liver cancer. Against the continued Covid-19 challenges, this €15 million funding, with the backing of the Pan European Guarantee Fund (EGF), demonstrates Europe’s focus on supporting innovation and promising technologies in the field of healthcare, an area that is essential for people’s well-being”, said Ambroise Fayolle, vice-president of the European Investment Bank.

Source: Quantum Surgical.

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