MobiHealth News May 16, 2022
Emily Olsen

The company said the Series B brings its total raise to $45 million.

Male fertility startup Legacy scored $25 million in a Series B funding round led by Bain Capital Ventures. 

Other investors participating in the raise include FirstMark Capital, Section 32 and TQ Ventures and Valor Equity Partners.

Legacy said the latest round brings its total raise to $45 million, building on a $10 million Series A announced last year and a $3.5 million funding from early 2020.  

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The male fertility startup offers at-home sperm testing kits, semen analysis and cryopreservation. Users can order a test online and have it delivered to their homes, where they collect a sample and schedule a pickup for analysis. 

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