Y Combinator-backed Aoa Raises $2.5M In Seed Funding To Develop First Non-invasive Test Set To Revolutionize The Future Of Ovarian Cancer Diagnostics

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When detected early, almost 95% of ovarian cancer patients live more than five years after their diagnosis . AOA is a company on a mission to improve the early detection of cancer through the development of an innovative blood-based platform.

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