Hot Flash! Menopause May Not Be Sexy, But Investors Are Warming To Digital Health Solutions
The menopause market is a multi-billion opportunity that is gaining traction with digital health companies offering innovative solutions to help women manage their symptoms and provide treatment and support. In Vivo spoke with three female founders and entrepreneurs, as well as a partner at Lux Capital and the clinical lead of ORCHA, about this niche market.
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