Newer Therapy Areas Will Drive Women’s Health Funding In 2024
Women’s health startups focusing on areas of high unmet need such as menopause, infertility, preventive care and post-partum care will continue to attract investors in 2024. Meanwhile, machine learning and AI, as well as next-generation treatments such as psychedelic therapy, stand to drive advancements in the space.
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After years of underfunding, stigmatization and lack of research, companies working on products and services that address women’s health care are gaining traction. But the sector also faces unique challenges, such as gaining approval for ads on major social media platforms.