San Francisco-based Nurx, which operates a telehealth platform for women’s health, announced it has raised an additional $22.5 million in a Series C funding round, bringing its capitalization to $110 million. New investors Trustbridge, Comcast Ventures and Wittington Ventures participated in the round along with existing investors Union Square Ventures and Kleiner Perkins Digital Growth Fund. The company, which has raised $110 million, will use the capital for new health services, including treatment for headaches and migraines. The company was founded in 2015.
Source: Company press release