Confer Health said today that it raised $9.5 million to support its development of affordable, at-home diagnostic devices featuring interchangeable cartridges, a reusable analyzer and a mobile app.
The Boston, Mass.-based company’s first urine-based diagnostic test is designed to help couples conceive by tracking three fertility hormones.
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