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Quanttus, a wearable technologies firm, raises $22m

Quanttus, a Cambridge company developing “wearable technologies” that “help people proactively understand their bodies,” has secured $19 million in series A financing from Khosla Ventures and Matrix Partners.

That follows a $3 million seed financing led by Vinod Khosla of Khosla Ventures, Quanttus said Monday.

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The investments “will help us further validate our vision for continuous health monitoring and bring Quanttus to market,” said Shahid Azim, chief executive and cofounder of Quanttus.

In a separate statement, Vinod Khosla said Quanttus’s approach “to using real-time physiological data will create powerful new tools for consumers and health care providers that will change how we understand our health.”

Chris Reidy

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