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Totally pumped: Wilmington firm GO2 makes new blood circulation device

North Carolina

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Written by Wayne Faulkner

Circulation is the life blood of one young Wilmington company.

GO2 LLC is producing and marketing a device that increases blood flow without changing the body's vital signs like heart rate, respiratory rate and blood pressure. The company's efforts have won it a $75,000 loan from Innovation Fund North Carolina. Under the program, community colleges – Catawba Valley Community College in North Carolina – provide earliest seed-stage capital to entrepreneurial startup businesses.

It's aimed at people with peripheral arterial disease, restless leg syndrome, night cramps and other ailments, said James Hundley Jr., CEO of the company with offices in the University of North Carolina Wilmington's Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship.

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The company's efforts have won it a $75,000 loan from Innovation Fund North Carolina. Under the program, community colleges – Catawba Valley Community College in North Carolina – provide earliest seed-stage capital to entrepreneurial startup businesses. 

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