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What’s behind this company’s mission to transform prenatal medicine

BABY BOOM “We’re trying to make life and the world a better place,” says Rabinowitz, whose company has developed prenatal tests that prospective parents can use as early as nine weeks into pregnancy.

MATTHEW RABINOWITZ

CO-FOUNDER, CEO

2016 PATENT SCORE 16

2016 REVENUE $217 MILLION

FOURTEEN YEARS AGO, Matthew Rabinowitz’s sister gave birth to a child with Down syndrome, who died six days later. The family

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