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How an on-demand therapy service went from 'not sexy' to 300K users

NEW YORK — These days, investors are salivating over the current surfeit of on-demand startups. Whether it's ordering back rubs to your office or getting telemedicine advice for your pet, there's an endless list of services making life more convenient for any average joe with a smartphone and credit card. Mental health, however, is a dire need many venture capitalists just don't want to explore, according to Talkspace co-founder Roni Frank.
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