EcoImpact Capital to raise $50m health tech fund with White Hole Hub

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Singapore-based venture capital firm EcoImpact Capital plans to raise a $50-million health technology fund in collaboration with medical technology accelerator White Hole Hub as co-general partners.

The fund will invest in a range of health tech companies like those making diagnostic tools, early drug discoveries, cancer markers, and wearables, EcoImpact’s managing partner and co-founder Eric Cheong told DealStreetAsia.

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