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Danish epilepsy company receives crucial approval

Danish company Uneeg Medical, owned by the wealthy families Tøpholm and Westermann, has received European CE marking for its implant to optimize epilepsy treatment. At the same time, the company received its first international order, and next step is FDA approval, says the CEO.

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After 12 years' work, Danish Uneeg Medical has reached an important milestone. The company's implant, Uneeg 24/7, gained European CE approval and is thus recognized as a medical device. 

Uneeg 24/7 is an implant that, due to long-term monitoring, can help doctors optimize the choice and use of medicine and potentially prevent epileptic seizures and muscle cramps and even save lives.

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