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mars 7, 2017

VIDEO – Dr. Adnan Sabahi Discusses the Elipse Balloon

AL ARABIYA

mars 1, 2017

VIDEO – Blue Mirror – Interview with Allurion co-founder Samuel Levy

START-UP FOOD

février 12, 2017

VIDEO – Balloon You Can Swallow Fights Obesity

NBC NEWS – Could a ‘Balloon in a Pill’ Be the Next Weight Loss Weapon?

février 7, 2017

Number To Know…10

MEDTECH INSIGHT – 10 minutes is the time it takes to prep the non-surgical, ingestible Elipse gastric balloon for obesity treatment. Elipse is developed by Allurion Technologies, which just bagged $19m in new funding.

février 4, 2017

VIDEO – Dr. Jar Allah Discusses the Elipse Balloon

Alrai

janvier 4, 2017

21 intriguing new ideas and trailblazing people

BOSTON GLOBE – Free college for Boston students, an Alzheimer’s hope, weight loss in an (inflatable) pill, and more.

octobre 27, 2016

Lyfebulb and Novo Nordisk A/S announce the ten patient entrepreneur finalists for the Lyfebulb-Novo Nordisk Innovation Award

GLOBE NEWSWIRE – The Award Recognizes Patient Entrepreneurs’ Innovative Efforts and Ideas for Management of Diabetes Using Consumer Products, Medical Devices, or Healthcare Information Technologies

mai 17, 2016

Expanding in Stomachs and in Europe, Allurion Adds $6M for Anti-Obesity Device

XCONOMY BOSTON – Plenty of companies sell pills for weight loss or obesity treatment. None of them are quite like Allurion Technologies.

mai 17, 2016

Allurion offers gastric bypass surgery in a pill

TECHCRUNCH – Just swallow a pill and it expands into a balloon in your stomach so you don’t feel hungry. No gastric bypass, no surgery required. Sounds magical, but Boston-based Allurion has created the only non-invasive gastric balloon for obesity.

mai 7, 2016

The latest diet plan… swallow a balloon: Novel device is filled with water in your stomach and reduces your desire to eat

THE DAILY MAIL – Monica Nava, 42, from Surrey, is one of the first Britons to have the device fitted. She has already shed more than a stone. She said: « It took me a few tries to swallow the capsule with a glass of water. After it’s been filled you feel strangely heavy and full. But within a week, I’d stopped noticing it. »