February 26, 2024
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Oma Fertility raises $37.5M in quest to revolutionize IVF treatment


This small office in Santa Barbara is the first Oma Fertility clinic; the company plans a nationwide expansion. (Brooke Holland photo) In vitro fertilization is the best hope for many families who’ve had difficulty having children. But the process can cost tens of thousands of dollars per cycle, and even with multiple cycles, it doesn’t…


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