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ViOptix Raises $12.2 Million in Series D Financing
Date:1/10/2008

$200 million in managed assets and have venture capital investments in more than 30 companies involved in health sciences, biotechnology, diagnostics, medical devices, drug discovery and development, health care delivery services and e-health. CMDF offers investors long-term performance potential, 100% RRSP-eligibility and, through its labour-sponsored investment fund structure, eligibility for substantial tax credits. For further information, please contact Canadian Medical Discoveries Fund at (416) 601-2435, or contact via e-mail at info@cmdf.com.

About Channel Medical Partners

Channel Medical Partners is a leading emerging growth investor in medical technology companies. This stage of financing has historically represented a narrow channel or bottleneck for emerging growth companies - the point in their development between the substantial capital provided by earlier stage venture capital investors and that provided by institutions focused primarily on public companies. The firm has a demonstrated record of success in not only providing capital, but in enabling and ensuring the commercial success of its portfolio companies. The Principals at Channel believe that the commercialization process has emerged as a critical activity at venture-backed companies and that their success has, in part, been driven by this trend. For more information, please visit http://www.chanmed.com.

About Morningside The Morningside group is a diversified investment group founded in 1986 by the Chan family which is the controlling shareholder of the Hang Lung Group in Hong Kong. Morningside is engaged in both private equity and venture capital investments in North America, Europe and across Asia Pacific. In recent years, leveraging on its experience investing in biotechnology companies in North America, Morningside has become the leading investor in the life science sector in China.


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