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INVENT Ventures and Heliant Ventures Seek to Accelerate Personalized Medicine Research with Seed Round Investment in Sanguine BioSciences
Date:2/21/2013

rapidly-growing markets." 

"We are very happy to jointly lead this round of investment and to be connected to a company at the forefront of its industry. Sanguine's business model achieves that unique harmony between placing the patient interests first while still generating returns for all its stakeholders," said Heliant Ventures Director Ben Weiss . "Full credit to the hard-working Sanguine team for reaching this important milestone and we look forward to supporting the company to realize its exciting growth potential."

About Sanguine BioSciences Inc.
Sanguine BioSciences is a biotechnology company bridging the gap between patients and researchers by providing transparency throughout the personalized medicine R&D process. Sanguine collects and de-identifies patient-derived data in the form of biospecimen and physician and self-reported information. These data are generated and then made available to researchers involved in drug and biomarker research and discovery. (http://sanguinebio.com)

About INVENT Ventures
INVENT Ventures Inc. (OTC: IDEA) is a publicly traded venture fund that builds and invests in transformative technology businesses. INVENT primarily operates in markets of digital media, consumer Internet, and social networking, and has built six companies at various stages of development. (www.invent.vc.)

About Heliant Ventures
Established in 2012, Heliant Ventures is a venture capital fund backed by leading investors across Asia and Australia. (www.heliantventures.com)


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