Ava Science

  • Develops a fertility tracking bracelet that uses basal body temperature, heart rate, sleep quality, and stress to identify beginning and end of fertility cycles
  • Device launched in Q3 2016 at a price of $199 and 1,500 units have been pre-ordered; company plans to implement service fee mo...

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