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The financing, which brings the total raised by Juvenescence to $165m, comes as longevity R&D programs supported by the company move towards human testing.
BI and Epizyme’s collaboration will focus on developing novel cancer drugs targeting helicase and HAT enzyme dysregulation. MorphoSys and I-Mab will partner on developing an IO therapy targeting C5aR.
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