Unima

img Guadalajara, Mexico
11 - 50 employees

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Unima develops fast and low cost diagnostic and disease surveillance technologies to solve the problem of lack of access to a timely diagnostic for 3 billion people living in the developing world or in low resource settings in high income countries.

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