September 30, 2020: CCX Media visited Francis Medical to interview President and CEO Mike Kujak, and get an inside look at how Francis Medical is thriving and moving forward during the COVID-19 pandemic. This two-minute video includes recent news about a $4M investment by Coloplast.
September 29, 2020: Francis Medical Adds Urology Company Coloplast to Its Roster of Investors. The $4 million equity investment will support the company in optimizing its product design and executing a pivotal U.S. study.
A new video demonstrates how water vapor therapy will provide a revolutionary new prostate cancer treatment that is tough on prostate cancer yet gentle on patients.
June 17, 2020: CCX Media visited Francis Medical for exclusive interviews with CEO and President, Mike Kujak, and Founder and CTO, Michael Hoey. Their two-minute video includes an explanation of our revolutionary water vapor therapy, as well as plans for the future, including our VAPOR 1 clinical study.
Press Release: Francis Medical Announces First Patient Enrolled in VAPOR 1 IDE Study for Water Vapor Ablation of Prostate Cancer
June 9, 2020: Francis Medical, Inc. announces the enrollment of their first patient in the company’s VAPOR 1 clinical study, an early feasibility study evaluating the safety and efficacy of the company’s minimally invasive water vapor ablation therapy for the treatment of prostate cancer.
October 16, 2019: Dr. Jonathan Jarow joins Francis Medical, Inc. as the company’s chief medical officer (CMO) to lead Francis Medical’s clinical and regulatory efforts, including the VAPOR trials evaluating water vapor ablation as a minimally invasive treatment for prostate cancer.
December 17, 2018: Francis Medical, Inc. has been featured in BioWorld MedTech, a leading news source of advances in medical technology.
December 13, 2018: Francis Medical announces the completion of a $18.0 million round of Series A funding. Arboretum Ventures led the Series A with co-investments from H2Oey Ventures (an affiliate of Solas BioVentures Fund), Tonkawa, and Boston Scientific. Francis Medical plans to use this capital to further develop the company's cancer ablation therapy.