AI Firm Healx Raises $56M To Develop Affordable Rare Disease Treatments
Cambridge, UK-based Healx has concluded a $56m series B round, led by Atomico, to put up to 50 potential rare disease treatments into the clinic within two years using its AI/ML platform.
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