Online healthcare screening platform Counsyl has raised $28m in Series D financing co-led by growth equity investor Rosemont Seneca Technology Partners and global investment manager Goldman Sachs Asset Management.
The round brings total financing for the company, which specialises in genetic screening, to $93m. Counsyl said it will use the funds to continue to invest in product development.
“We want to make it easy and affordable for people to get screened for a wide range of meaningful information that can have a real influence on their health,” said Ramji Srinivasan, co-founder and CEO of Counsyl. “We have made a conscious decision to screen for diseases that give more people more choices in their lives.”
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