ConforMIS, an orthopedics implant maker, to raise $68M

ConforMIS, which makes orthopedics implants, plans to raise $68 million in an equity and securities funding round, according to a recent regulatory filing. The Burlington, MA company is on a fundraising tear, having just reeled in $89 million in Series E financing in January to fuel the manufacturing and commercial launch of its new iTotal total knee replacement system, which gained FDA approval in 2011. Plans call for manufacturing the first-of-its-kind product in Massachusetts. Filing

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