From mice to dogs, and someday man: George Church's gene therapy cocktail for aging-related diseases
Emerging gene-therapy technology could help dogs live healthier, if not longer, lives as man’s best friend.
A startup called Rejuvenate Bio — launched out of George Church’s lab at Harvard Medical School (HMS) and the Wyss Institute for Biologically Inspired Engineering at Harvard University — on Thursday, with big plans to make work on gene therapy technology engineered to prevent and treat a slew of age-related diseases in dogs and extend their healthspan.
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