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How a startup with no VC funding landed $140 million in Chinese deals and partnered with Tencent

British healthcare startup Medopad has done something that's notoriously difficult for a foreign startup and struck $140 million in deals with China and a partnership with local giant Tencent. The company tracks patients with long-term illnesses to help them manage their conditions. It has deals with London hospitals including the Royal Free, Guy's and St. Thomas', and St.
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