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Noom is a fast-growing, digital health company that started with a consumer weight loss program and is moving into a range of medical conditions. E&O put together this 10,000-word report, including strategy shifts and pivots, annual paid subscribers figures, revenue figures going back to 2015, increasing users-to-coach ratios, and much, much more.

Noom is one of the few digital health companies still in existence today that got its start before the advent of smartphones and app stores. Noom would go on to become the top-grossing health and fitness app for three years running, before

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