Mountain View, California-based Materna Medical raised $22 million to tackle pelvic care for prenatal and postpartum patients, according to SEC filings. The filings did not specify the round’s investors, and the company did not respond to requests to comment. The 15-year-old OB-GYN startup is working in a niche area of health that often goes underserved: the pelvic area.
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