LensX Lasers nabs $22M for eye surgery lasers

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LensX Lasers, a maker of surgical lasers used to repair cataracts, has brought in $22.36 million in a second round of funding from Versant Ventures, InterWest Partners and SV Life Sciences. Based in Aliso Viejo, Calif., the company was founded by the same team as similar startup IntraLase, which was bought by Abbott Medical Optics for $808 million in 2007.

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