AWAK Technologies

The company was started by Kok Beng in 2007 and has raised about $17.2 million to date. The company makes portable, wearable peritoneal dialysis devices that use sorbent material to recycle the dialysate (the resultant fluid from dialysis, laden with uremic toxins) during the dialysis session. The c...

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