Roman is for men over 18 who are experiencing erectile dysfunction and prefer to receive treatment from the comfort of their home. Get prescribed online, meds delivered to your door.
Ro, a direct-to-consumer online pharmacy, reaches $500M valuationVenture capitalists have valued direct-to-consumer telehealth business Ro at $500 million with an $85 million Series B financing, sources confirm to TechCrunch. The fresh round of funding comes seven months after Ro - widely known for its men's health brand Roman, a cloud pharmacy for erectile dysfunction - made headlines with an $88 million Series A.
How to Diagnose Your Erectile Dysfunction Without Setting Foot In a Doctor's OfficeZachariah Reitano was 17 when he realized something was wrong with his health. He was suffering from a disorder most often associated with guys three times his age: erectile dysfunction. "It's a very personal story for me," Reitano told Men's Health.
Men's health tech creates shame-free ways to get treatmentRoman is an online full-service medical portal that will diagnose and prescribe treatment for erectile dysfunction. The service, which launched this week, is available in New York, California, Pennsylvania and Florida. On Roman's website, you answer a series of questions, have your information reviewed by one of the company's licensed physicians and -- if deemed appropriate by a doctor -- get a prescription.
New startup takes aim at erectile dysfunction, and they'll even mail your Viagra in a sleek little boxMove over, cheesy Cialis bathtubs. There's a sleek new startup targeting men with erectile dysfunction. A first of its kind, Roman is an app that will screen you for ED, let you talk one-on-one with doctors, and even get prescriptions delivered to your door - all without ever leaving your house.
Roman is a cloud pharmacy for erectile dysfunction"When I was 17, I experienced erectile dysfunction." My interviews with startup founders rarely start so candid. But to destigmatize the business of his new company Roman and empathize with customers, Zachariah Reitano is getting vulnerable. "I think in a good way I've become numb to the embarrassment" says 26-year-old Reitano.
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