‘Femtech’ Evolving Beyond Periods, Pregnancy And Postpartum
What’s Next In $1.2tn Women’s Health Industry?
Digital female-centric primary and preventive care and fertility support were top-funded women’s health segments in 2021, drawing $668m and $330m in investments, respectively. Going forward, experts anticipate innovation to address unmet needs related to menopause, vaginal microbiome, endometriosis, and other chronic conditions, and surgeries such as hysterectomies and mastectomies.
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