Gwyneth Paltrow, Cameron Diaz and Drew Barrymore invest in Everno, a startup

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Everno Its commitment is to help women lead better lives. How? Through innovation-based counseling and health care, scientific research and information from menopausal women. On the company’s official website, its founders and directors, Alice Jackson Explains that: “What women do Perimenopause and menopause It can affect the rest of their lives. They must have access to the best possible care and treatment. “



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Consisting of a team of physicians, psychiatrists and psychologists, Evernow wants to act as a link between menopausal or menopausal women and a team of experts who can advise and write to them. Everything at Evernow happens through remote appointments: “We do telemedicine a little differently. Our membership provides access to medical providers through a practice ‘Asynchronous telemedicine’ . This means you don’t need a specific appointment date or time: when you have a question, you can send a message to your provider via your account and they’ll respond within one business day.

Evernow specialists offer treatments that may be hormonal or non-hormonal, but the starting point for determining this is each woman’s profile and clinical history.

The startup recently completed a series of funding rounds led by venture capital firm New Enterprise Associates and featured actresses. Drew Barrymore , Cameron Diaz And Gwyneth Paltrow Has participated Former football player Abby Wambach And the author Glenn Doyle . According to Reuters, Everno has been able to raise 28.5 million.

According to consulting firm Grand Review Research, the market value of menopause-related products in 2020 was $ 14.7 billion and is expected to grow 5.7% annually. An estimated 1.3 million women in the United States reach menopause each year, and most of them do not receive adequate treatment despite reporting symptoms such as hot flashes, insomnia, and anxiety.

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