Basis raises $11.5M for health-tracking wristwatch, adds Deepak Chopra to advisory board

Basis raises $11.5M for health-tracking wristwatch, adds Deepak Chopra to advisory board

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New As health-tracking companies battle it out for consumers’ hearts and minds — and wrists — Basis Science has announced that it has raised $11.5 million for its own sensor-based band that monitors a variety of health indicators. The Series B round was led by Mayfield Fund and included existing investors, DCM...
Basis raises $11.5M for health-tracking wristwatch, adds Deepak Chopra to advisory board
                                       

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