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InnFocus, Inc. Receives IDE Approval of its Glaucoma Device and Secures Major Financing Led by HOYA Group, a Global Leader in Ophthalmology
Date:7/30/2013

omise to change the treatment of glaucoma. We are pleased to have the opportunity to invest in this compelling new technology and take part in bringing wellness to patients suffering from this disease,” said Thomas A. Dunlap, President and CEO of HOYA Surgical Optics.

Scott Halsted of Saints Capital said: “The Series B financing ensures that the Company will have adequate funds to complete the Phase I IDE, to begin Phase II enrollment and to clear the way for sales and marketing in Europe where the Company has received CE Mark.” Dr. Pinchuk added, “We are very excited that HOYA chose to invest in our technology and Company.”

About HOYA Group: Since its establishment in 1941 as a specialty manufacturer of optical glass, HOYA has diversified into new business areas that exploit the potential of advanced optics technologies including implantable intraocular lenses. The Group has continued to grow as a global enterprise through the expansion of its diverse business activities, which encompass Information Technologies, Eye care, Medical, and Imaging.

About InnFocus, Inc.: InnFocus, Inc. is a privately-held company headquartered in Miami, Florida. Company scientists and engineers are global leaders in the development of highly biocompatible biomaterials and medical devices. The InnFocus MicroShunt™ is the first of what the Company expects to be many medical devices incorporating these materials in the eye. The InnFocus MicroShunt™ was developed in collaboration with the University of Miami, Miller School of Medicine, Bascom Palmer Eye Institute.

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