Every Thursday we send out a curated newsletter on all things femtech and women’s health innovation. This is an excerpt from the latest edition. If you’d like to subscribe, you can do so at the bottom of this page.

“We are on a mission to provide hospitals with shelf-stabilized and condensed human milk that is easy to store and reconstitute, so nurses can devote their skills to important and critical infant care.” Dr. Vansh Langer, BBy CEO


New York-based BBy raises $3M in seed funding to reinvent breast milk management in hospitals.

Mate Fertility closes a $5.2M Series A to make fertility care more accessible.

Rosy Wellness secures $1.2M to further democratize women’s sexual health.

Berlin-based intimate care startup Dr. Vivien Karl raises €1.5M 

Singaporean telehealth platform ORA adds $10M in Series A funding.

Amsterdam-based sextech startup Quinky secures €100K from Antler.

Singapore-based cycle care startup Blood raises $1.5M in Series A funding.

In the Know

The Potential of AI in IVF Care: A Fertility Nurse’s Perspective (Femtech Insider)

Female Millennials Most Affected by Medical Gaslighting, According to New Research by Mira (Femtech Insider)

The State of Women’s Health in England and The Journey Ahead (Forbes)

‘A target of my back’: New survey shows racism is a huge problem in nursing (STATNews)

Survey Finds Women’s Health Apps Are Among the Least Trusted: What to Know And How To Keep Your Data As Safe As Possible (Forbes)

She spent a decade trying to build better women’s health care – now her startup is on the brink of failure (Fortune)

IVF patients need more mental health support, charity says (BBC)

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