San Francisco -- MyHealthTeams, a San Francisco-based developer of social networks specifically for people with chronic health conditions, said on Tuesday it has raised $1.75 million in seed funding, led by Adams Street Partners. Other participants included 500 Startups and several angel investors. The company said it will use the proceeds to scale its business, expand its team and drive awareness of its social networks and mobile apps. MyHealthTeams also announced the launch of the MyAutismTeam mobile app, available for iOS devices. The app builds on the success of the company's social network, MyAutismTeam.com. "When you are diagnosed with a chronic condition, it should be easy to find the best people around to help you," said co-founder and CEO Eric Peacock. “We meet a need not addressed by mass market social networks like Facebook."