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NEW YORK – Life sciences and health data startup Seer announced today that it has raised $17.5 million in a series C financing round.

The San Francisco-based firm noted that it will use the proceeds for multiple initiatives, including the continued development of its Proteograph platform; building its proteomic database; progressing discovery programs for multiple indications; and developing liquid biopsy products for early disease detection, with an initial focus on oncology and neurology.

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