February 16th Webinar: Predictive Health Diagnostics $10M Pre-IPO Offering
Predictive Health Diagnostics $10M Pre-IPO Offering
Management Q&A Webinar This Tuesday, February 16th, at 1:00 PM PT
Boustead Securities, LLC (“Boustead”) presents its latest Pre-IPO offering, Predictive Health Diagnostics (“PHD”). PHD combines science, technology, proprietary analytics and clinical studies to detect cardiovascular disease and diabetes when it can be treated or more easily prevented.
Their Protein Unstable Lesion Signature Cardiac Test (“PULS Test”) measures protein biomarkers that indicate damage to the lining of the arteries – believed to be the earliest sign of coronary artery disease. The serum blood test helps to find people that are at risk of having a heart attack in the next 5 Years. PHD’s proprietary AI technology allows them to contemporaneously evaluate multiple relevant data types to identify clinically useful relationships that may be undetected by conventional methods. In 2016, PULS Test was the winner of the AABY Award for Innovation in Healthcare.
Please join Doug Harrington, Founder and Chairman, and Matthew Nunez, CEO, for a Q&A Webinar this Tuesday, February 16th at 1:00 PM PT as they discuss how they can detect early forms of cardiovascular disease and diabetes.
Predictive Health Diagnostics Webinar
Tuesday, February 16th
1:00 PM PT
About Predictive Health Diagnostics
PHD develops, manufactures, and distributes unique diagnostic tests that can detect the early forms of cardiovascular disease and diabetes. Their PULS Test measures protein biomarkers that indicate damage to the lining of the arteries. The company was founded by medical professional Doug Harrington, who has 30+ year experience commercializing over 200 academic discoveries.
About Boustead Securities, LLC
Boustead Securities, LLC (“Boustead”) is an investment banking firm that executes and advises on IPOs, mergers and acquisitions, capital raises and restructuring assignments in a wide array of industries, geographies and transactions, for a broad client base. Boustead’s core value proposition is the ability to create opportunity through innovative solutions and tenacious execution. With experienced professionals in the United States, Boustead’s team moves quickly and provides a broad spectrum of sophisticated financial advice and services. Boustead is a majority owned subsidiary of Boustead & Company Limited, a diversified non-bank financial institution. For more information, please visit www.boustead1828.com
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