Entrepreneurs Saving Lives: 12 Hot Healthcare Startups

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Bangalore: Across areas such as medical devices, stem cells and next generation drugs, a number of startups are creating breakthrough innovations that are gaining global recognition. As private equity and venture capital investments in the healthcare industry increases rapidly, new funds are playing a key role in backing startups developing cutting-edge technologies.

This year, the healthcare sector has received the maximum investment, attracting more than $800 million. The products of these small healthcare companies are not only finding application in India, but even the US and Europe. Let us see some of these healthcare startups:

1. Vyome Biosciences

Founders: Dr Shiladitya Sengupta & Rajeev Mantri

This is an innovation driven Dermatology Company focused on developing novel and innovative treatments for common skin conditions such as dandruff, acne, pigmentation disorders and wound healing.

Funding Status: It rose Series A funding of 18.50 crore by IndoUS Venture Partners (IUVP), with Aarin Capital and Navam Capital.

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