Femtech Startup Bloomer Develops Smart Bra that Can Monitor Women’s Health

Image: Free Stock Photos Bloomer, a Massachusetts-based Femtech company, has raised $3 million in seed funding for its bra-like ECG tech. The round was led by Material Impact, with participation from One Brave Idea and several angel investors, including Boston Scientific co-founder John Abele. Adam Sharkawy, Co-Founder and Managing Partner of Material Impact and a former cardiovascular healthcare executive, will be serving as Bloomer’s Chair of the Board. Read more How Femtech Companies are Helping to Make Women’s Lives Easier and More Comfortable The MIT-spinoff is tackling the leading cause of death in women with the world’s first electrocardiogram device that looks and feels like a bra. By embedding patented, medical-grade fabric sensors and machine learning algorithms into a garment that women wear every day, Bloomer provides users and doctors with unprecedented access to heart health data, reports Business Wire . “As women in STEM, we are keenly aware […]

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