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ASU Spinout HealthTell Raises $4 million in New Funding for Innovative Cancer Tests
Date:8/20/2013

ely than is possible today.

HealthTell is also supplying chips for two ASU projects funded by the U.S. Department of Defense and its Defense Threat Reduction Agency (DTRA). DTRA is interested in using the diagnostic test to check the health of soldiers in the field. HealthTell also won the 2012 Governor’s Award for Innovation in Arizona.

“HealthTell exemplifies the quality of use-inspired research that is happening daily at ASU,” said Charlie Lewis, vice president of Venture Development for Arizona Technology Enterprises. “This technology developed at the ASU Biodesign Institute could potentially have a significant impact on early disease detection and treatment.”

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MEDIA CONTACT
Gordon McConnell
Assistant Vice President, ASU Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group
ASU SkySong
480-884-1724
Gordon.mcconnell(at)asu(dot)edu

About HealthTell
HealthTell is an early stage start-up company that is developing powerful new tools to help individuals monitor their health status. This technology has already been demonstrated to work for over 30 diverse illnesses, ranging from cancer to infectious disease. The test is simple and inexpensive, and can be performed with only a single drop of blood. More information about HealthTell is available at http://www.healthtell.com.

About Arizona Technology Enterprises (http://www.azte.com)
Established in 2003, Arizona Technology Enterprises (AzTE) is a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Arizona State University Foundation for A New American University. Over the last ten years Arizona Technology Enterprises has supported the development of 67 ASU spinout companies. Start-up companies that have licensed ASU IP have attracted $123 million in the last two years and nearly $400 millio
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