A Leading Health Diagnostics Company

Dedicated to Improving the Lives of Women and Babies

Through Individualized Prenatal Care

A Leading Health Diagnostics Company

Dedicated to Improving the Lives of Women and Babies

Through Individualized Prenatal Care

The Pregnancy Company

We believe providing an individualized risk of spontaneous premature birth and other pregnancy complications is a critical first step to improving maternal and newborn health. Sera Prognostics is dedicated to improving the lives of women and babies through individualized prenatal care. Our vision is to deliver pivotal and actionable information to pregnant women, their physicians and healthcare payers to significantly improve maternal and neonatal health and to meaningfully reduce healthcare costs.
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Preterm birth impacts over 1 in 10 U.S. pregnancies.1

Accurately identifying women at higher risk for spontaneous preterm birth is a critical first step to addressing an early delivery’s health and economic impacts. The PreTRM® Test predicts a patient’s individual risk of spontaneous preterm delivery in asymptomatic singleton pregnancies through a single blood draw performed during weeks 19 or 20 gestational age.

News and Press Releases

September 28, 2021- Brings extensive data science, bioinformatics and proteomics experience to foster further product innovation and informed healthcare insights into pregnancy

September 15, 2021- Dr. Foley will lead all medical activities for Sera as the company executes its vision to be the Pregnancy Company.

September 14, 2021- Publication illustrates clinical benefit of combining PreTRM® testing with evidence-based interventions to improve neonatal health and reduce total health costs.

Make a Difference in the Health of Moms and Babies

By working together, we can innovate with bold ideas to give babies the best start in life. Our team is passionate about becoming the global leader in high-value women’s health diagnostics. We are dedicated to improving the lives of women and babies through precision pregnancy care.

References
  1. Hamilton BE, et al. Births: Provisional data for 2020. Vital Statistics Rapid Release; no 12. Hyattsville, MD: National Center for Health Statistics. May 2021.
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