• Mommy and Data

    7 monthes ago - By The New Republic

    In 2009, Piraye Yurttas Beim, a molecular biologist from Texas, started pitching investors on her vision for a new kind of women's health company. The startup she had founded , Celmatix, would bring the power of big data and cutting-edge genetic testing to bear on a problem that had long resisted comprehensive understanding and reliable treatment: infertility. Beim was 30 years old, and she had recently completed her Ph.D. at Weill Cornell Medicine in New York City. She found herself surrounded by women in their thirties who, like her, were highly educated, successful in their careers, and...
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