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Beats Medical is looking at St. Louis to establish their U.S. headquarters.
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Ciara Clancy, CEO ofBeats Medical was recently in St. Louis to discuss her application that is dedicated to conquering the mobility symptoms associated with Parkinson’s disease. Ciara, myself and Vijay Chauhan of GlobalSTLmet with patients, and Debbie Guyer, the Executive Director and Matt Schumacher, Board President of theSt. Louis American Parkinson’s Disease Associationto hear about this exciting product.
Ciara explained and demonstrated how the product can enable people with Parkinson’s to have the tools they need to take control of their condition. Ciara is working withDr. Gammon Earhartof Washington University on a clinical trial of the product.Beats Medical is based in Dublin and is considering establishing their U.S. headquarters in St. Louis.