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Swiss-based Rejuveron’s diversified platform of longevity biotechs addresses key hallmarks of aging, with the goal of helping people to age better and live longer with reduced burden of age-related diseases. CEO Matthias Steger discusses the firm’s vision and the road ahead.
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