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From small acorns, mighty oaks grow

MIM Fertility – a Polish pioneer in the field of artificial intelligence – has announced the closing of a seed round of $2 million. 

The investment was led by Warsaw-based venture capital investors Tangent Line and Peleton. MIM Fertility – a Polish pioneer in the field of Artificial Intelligence. 

MIM Fertility proposes breakthrough solutions in the field of infertility treatment, combining advanced AI technologies with reproductive medicine. As representatives of the startup argue, the flagship products EMBRYOAID and FOLLISCAN, represent a new generation of tools to support experts in the identification and analysis of ovarian follicles, as well as embryo evaluation. The investment will allow MIM Fertility to further enhance these technologies, develop new functionalities and expand internationally.

The problem of infertility is a challenge both in Poland and around the world, affecting the lives of millions of couples. According to the World Health Organisation (WHO), infertility affects around 15% of couples worldwide, which translates into approximately 48-186 million people.

Erol Dzhelik
Erol Dzhelik
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