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Healthtech startup Fusion Genomics has received $1 million to conduct a clinical study evaluating its genomic diagnostics platform.
Every day, millions of new medical images containing the personal health information of patients are spilling out onto the internet.
Aspect Biosystems, a company that conducts 3D bioprinting of human tissues, has raised $26 million CAD ($20 million USD) for its Series A round of funding.
A new study out from Google seems to show the promise of AI-assisted health care. Actually, it shows the threat.
Cyno, a virtual healthcare startup, announced at the beginning of January that it has signed a service agreement with Canadian e-commerce giant Shopify.
Cardiologs, a French medical technology startup that’s leveraging artificial intelligence (AI) to help detect heart conditions, has raised $15 million in series A funding.
One Medical was valued at around $1.5 billion in its most recent, 2018-era fundraise according to CBNC, reporting that the company has since traded on the secondary markets for around $2 billion.
Toronto-based AI therapeutics startup Deep Genomics has closed a $40 million Series B. This brings the company’s total funding to-date to $61 million.
Komodo Health raised a $50 million funding round led by Andreessen Horowitz. The software company is building up a trove of healthcare data to drive better analytics.
Women’s health-focused provider Advantia raises $45M(MOBIHEALTHNEWS)
Funding for the tech-enabled provider was led by BlueMountain Capital Management.
Montréal-based AlayaCare, which develops AI-powered solutions for homecare providers, has closed a $47.9 million CAD extension for its Series C.