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“Germany’s Bayer, the drugs and pesticides maker, has inked a deal to buy a British biotech firm to boost its women’s healthcare business, with an initial $425 million payment agreed.” (Source: Guardian)


Bayer is acquiring menopause biotech company KaNDy Therapeutics; Nurx adds $22.5M in new funding and announces plans for new migraine treatments; Stix, a startup offering D2C pregnancy & ovulation tests, raises a $1.3M seed round; Women’s health startup Kliit Health rebrands as Kiira; Equip launches a virtual eating disorder treatment program; Zomato, one of India’s biggest food delivery companies, is introducing a ‘period leave’ program, GoodRx files for IPO; ‘Disgusting’ study rating the attractiveness of women with endometriosis is finally retracted after 7 years

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