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We at Pharmista Technologies are on a mission disrupt the pregnancy testing market which has not been reinvented in over 30 years. To achieve this, we are developing a reusable pregnancy test that is based on a patented platform technology, enabling repeated detection of the target analyte. With 90 % of women being interested in replacing todays solutions with our innovation, we are dedicated towards realising this product in the best possible way!

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In order to gain information about and control over the most important happening, experience and choice in a persons life, women have been turning to the at home pregnancy tests for decades. The problem is that available tests are either expensive per use or poor in quality, aside from being single-use. This is ultimately leads to many needs being unmet, where this problem is connected to female-health being a vastly underinvested area as well as the incumbents fear of jeopardising stable revenue streams generated from single-use devices. This creates a blind spot in the market which we intend to meet.

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We want to provide customers with a “thermometer” for pregnancy testing, being easy to interpret, hygienic to use and 99% accurate at the day of expected menstruation. This in turn will increase convenience-levels, reduce our customer's spendings on their reproductive health, minimise the risk of miss-interpreting the results, and lastly, be beneficial for the environment.

Once successfully developed, we plan to employ the same technology onto other diagnostic areas where reusability would be advantageous.

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The pregnancy test is the most commonly used diagnostic test in the world. For instance, it is estimated that 840 million tests are sold annually where the market is expected to be worth $1.4 Billion. Still, no major innovation has occurred since the first at home pregnancy test entered the market in 1976. Until now…

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