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About Hematotypes

Hematotypes is a medical technology company dedicated to improving the way cancers of the blood, lymphoma, and leukemia are identified.

Hematotypes Headquarter Location

319 10th Ave. North

Nashville, Tennessee, 37203,

United States

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Companies researching, developing, or offering products & services that aid in the screening, prevention, diagnosis, management, and treatment of cancer.

  • Where is Hematotypes's headquarters?

    Hematotypes's headquarters is located at 319 10th Ave. North, Nashville.

  • What is Hematotypes's latest funding round?

    Hematotypes's latest funding round is Grant.

  • Who are the investors of Hematotypes?

    Investors of Hematotypes include Qualifying Therapeutic Discovery Project and Nashville Business Incubation Center.

  • Who are Hematotypes's competitors?

    Competitors of Hematotypes include Genomic Health, Linkage Biosciences, Tethys Bioscience, Predictive Biosciences, Navigenics and 11 more.

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