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A startup that tries to gauge your cancer risk just raised another $45 million

Color Genomics, a genetics testing company that for $249 wants to tell you if you have the genetic mutations that could predispose you to certain types of cancer, just raised another $45 million to help it get its tests into more people's hands. The series B round is led by General Catalyst. Color previously raised $15 million — bringing the total raised to $60 million — from investors including Laurene Powell Jobs' Emerson Collective, Khosla Ventures, and 8VC, who are all also participating in this funding round.
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