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About Otothera Corporation
Otothera Corporation is a medical device company developing products to diagnose and treat the more than seven million severe tinnitus (constant ringing in the ears) sufferers in the US. The company was originally named AudioFusion. The company was a 2006 PTEN Growth Accelerator (GAP) winner.
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Otothera Corporation Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
What is Otothera Corporation's latest funding round?
Otothera Corporation's latest funding round is Incubator/Accelerator.
Who are the investors of Otothera Corporation?
Investors of Otothera Corporation include Babcock Demon Incubator.
Who are Otothera Corporation's competitors?
Competitors of Otothera Corporation include Intellirod Spine, HyperMed Imaging, Avantis Medical Systems, Samsara Vision, Corpora Systems and 13 more.
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