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Cyberonics Announces Investment In cerbomed GmbH
Date:9/20/2012

HOUSTON, Sept. 20, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Cyberonics, Inc. (NASDAQ: CYBX), a global leader in medical devices for the treatment and management of epilepsy, today announced an initial investment of € 2 million in cerbomed GmbH ("cerbomed").  Based in Erlangen, Germany, cerbomed is a privately-held company developing a non-invasive neurostimulation device for the treatment of epilepsy.  The NEMOS® t-VNS device received CE Mark approval for the treatment of epilepsy and depression in 2010 and for pain in 2012 and is now commercially available in Germany and Austria.

The investment in cerbomed can total up to € 5.5 million, subject to the achievement of certain clinical milestones.  Cyberonics is a minority shareholder with certain rights, including representation on cerbomed's advisory board and an exclusive option for worldwide sales and distribution of the NEMOS system for the treatment of epilepsy.  The initial investment will be used to fund cerbomed's current clinical trial in epilepsy in Germany.  Subject to certain conditions, Cyberonics has the option to conduct a trial in the U.S. for the purpose of seeking FDA approval. 

"As a company focused on device solutions for epilepsy, an investment in cerbomed's technology is aligned with our strategic priorities and core expertise," said Dan Moore, Cyberonics' President and Chief Executive Officer.  "We are excited about the opportunity to invest in a technology that may provide more patients with epilepsy another device-based therapeutic option and opportunity for improved quality of life."

Andreas Hartlep, cerbomed's Chief Executive Officer, added, "We are delighted to welcome Cyberonics, the world market leader in vagus nerve stimulation, as our strategic global partner for the epilepsy indication.  We look forward to
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