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Vancouver-based cannabis blockchain company TruTrace Technologies has completed the first phase of its blockchain-secured pilot program with Shoppers Drug Mart.
Startups are coming to disrupt aging.
Virtual care platform Maple is partnering with laboratory testing provider, LifeLabs, to bring virtual care consultations to Maple users.
The app will inevitably draw praise—for giving a new tool to the millions of U.S. children struggling with their weight—and outrage—for potentially furthering unhealthy body standards and eating behaviors—in equal measure.
Toronto-based MolecuLight‘s clinical oncology business has been acquired by Photonamic GmbH & Co. KG.
Research shows diagnostic potential — but privacy experts urge caution around health data.
The startup paradigm for the creation and funding of new biotech companies has evolved enormously over the past two decades.
With this raise, the company plans to further expand its SaaS offering directly to health and educational institutions across North America.
Existing investor growX and some angel investors also participated in the round.
Virtual care platform, Akira Health, which offers a healthcare app, as well as in-person healthcare clinics, has been acquired by Telus Health.
Nomad Health raises $34 million for staffing platform(MODERNHEALTHCARE)
Nomad Health, the Manhattan-based company focused on bringing transparency to healthcare staffing, said it had raised $34 million from venture capital firms in equity and debt funding.
Nurx gets another $52 million to deliver mail-order birth control, PrEP, STI test kits(MOBIHEALTHNEWS)
Kleiner Perkins and Union Square Ventures led the Series C, which will help the company grow its offering suite and userbase.
3iOntario Digest presents a list of ongoing funding opportunities and other resources to accelerate health innovation.
CAN – CIHR Grant: POR Impact Assessment (read more)
CAN – CIHR: Data Analysis Using Existing Databases and Cohorts (read more)
CAN – CIHR: Doctoral Foreign Study Award (DFSA): 2019-2020 (read more)