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For your information, you can find below the description of the video The mental health system is broken: Cerebral CEO published by the Youtube channel Bloomberg Technology:
David Mou, Cerebral CEO, joins Caroline Hyde and Bloomberg's Caleb Melby to discuss the state of the mental health startup and plans for steering the company into its next chapter. They also discuss addiction concerns and regulation.