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Russian MedTech startup attracts investment

29 Jun '21
MDinc, a Russian startup for the development of methods for treating nervous diseases, raised $ 300,000 from Konstantin Klyuka, managing partner of the investment company Kontinuum Group.

MDinc is dedicated to medical rehabilitation using computer vision and machine learning technologies. Thanks to the investment, hundreds of thousands of patients suffering from paralysis of the limbs will be able to get help, the company said.

The founder of MDinc, Magomed-Amin Idilov, was nominated for Forbes' 30 to 30 rating in 2020 in the Social Practices category, as well as a Headliner 2020 and Rusbase Young Awards laureate in the Healts & Sport category.
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