The at-home diagnostic services provider has passed $260m in overall funding through a series D round backed by Illumina Ventures and Optum Ventures.

LetsGetChecked, the Ireland-headquartered provider of diagnostic testing kits for home use, closed a $150m series D round yesterday featuring genomics technology producer Illumina and healthcare services provider Optum. The round was led by investment firm Casdin Capital and included CommonFund Capital, Transformation Capital, HLM Venture Partners, Qiming Venture Partners USA and Symphony Ventures, the private…

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