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June 27, 2017

Established in 2000, BrainsGate is a medical device company committed to developing innovative therapies for patients suffering from Central Nervous System (CNS) diseases.

BrainsGate's platform technology involves electrical stimulation of the Spheno-Palatine Ganglion (SPG), a nervous center known to increase cerebral blood flow.

BrainsGate is exploring several applications for its technology, and is currently focusing on treatment of acute ischemic stroke.

Building on its technology, the Company has developed the ISS, based on a miniature electrode implanted at the roof of the mouth in a bed side, minimally invasive, local anesthesia procedure comparable to dental treatment.

In 2008, the Company has completed ImPACT-1, a pilot clinical trial for acute ischemic stroke with promising results. In 2011 the Company completed a 300 patients RCT pivotal trial that further substantiated the safety and efficacy of its treatment for acute ischemic stroke patients.

BrainsGate is currently running the ImpACT-24b, a multi-national, randomized, double-blind, sham-controlled pivotal study to assess the safety and efficacy of its treatment for stroke patients in a 24-hour window.

BrainsGate's investors include Johnson & Johnson, Boston Scientific, Elron Electronics Industries, Pitango Venture Capital, Alice Ventures, Agate Medical Investments, Infinity Ventures and Cipio Partners. BrainsGate is headquartered in Caesarea, Israel.

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ImpACT24 Interim Results
The Data Safety Monitoring Board (the "DSMB") for BrainsGate's study examined the interim results and deterimined the results support the continuation of the study > full story
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