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NEW YORK (360Dx) – At-home sexually transmitted disease testing service firm MyLab Box announced on Thursday that it raised $1.56 million in seed funding.

The financing will be used to expand the company's product line and increase access to its testing services, it said. In total, the company has raised $2.1 million.

The most recent financing was led by K5 Ventures and Texas Halo Fund. Morgan Stanley, Pasadena Angels, Pipeline Angels, and Sand Hill Angels also participated.

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