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About FlexThe Flex Company is the leader in innovation for feminine care, and the sole maker of menstrual discs™. Menstrual discs are the first product innovation in feminine hygiene in nearly a century and offer 12 hours of leak-free period protection and mess-free period sex. Today women in over 40 countries use our patented menstrual disc products, FLEX and Softcup. Over 250 million discs have been sold worldwide.
Founded in 2015, The Flex Company is in Venice Beach, California, and a part of Amplify.LA and Y Combinator.
The Flex Company is female founded, owned and led. We believe in a world where every woman loves her body. Learn more at flexfits.com.
Founder and CEO: Lauren Schulte
Co-Founder: Head of Growth & Acquisition: Erika Jensen
Co-Founder: Head of Operations: Panpan Wang
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Flex has assembled a clinical advisory board to leverage the perspectives of leading doctors for the development of powerful digital health solutions that integrate into and improve clinical workflow to make a real-world impact on patient outcomes.
Flex reported financial results for the quarter ended September 30, 2017 and provided an update on its clinical development and corporate activities.
The study was terminated early to focus the Company’s resources on the ongoing US Phase 2b ALS study (COMMEND).
Flex’s Phase II Trial With FLX-787 In Charcot-Marie-Tooth Endorsed By The Inherited Neuropathies Consortium