Aggamin is an early-stage biotechnology company founded in early 2010 to develop and commercialize therapies for a variety of vascular diseases. The lead program is focused on preeclampsia — a currently untreatable disease affecting 5% of pregnancies with an annual cost to the U.S health care system of $10 billion. Lead product is an extracorporeal device for preeclampsia that reduces circulating pathogenic proteins to improve maternal and fetal health. The company objectives are to manufacture and commercialize the preeclampsia device as a safe first-in-class treatment for preeclampsia that will control maternal symptoms and extend pregnancy, thus improving both maternal and neonatal outcomes.