Replacing a Centuries-Old Gynecological Instrument

Aspivix instrument (right) aims to replace the cervical tenaculum (left). / DR

“We are definitely older than the typical startup founders!”

Julien Finci (left) and Mathieu Horras (right), co-founders of Aspivix. © Zuzanna Adamczewska-Bolle

“The market has room to grow, prices have dropped and Obama’s Affordable Care Act promotes provider reimbursement of birth control.”

“Who is going to pay, the providers, the physician, the patient? The answers might be obvious for someone working in the United States, but certainly not for us.”

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