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Perfect Pitch: Rheos Raises $60m To Tune Immune Cells In Autoimmune Diseases

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The Third Rock Ventures-funded start-up Rheos Medicines raised a $60m Series A round to study immune cell metabolism for drug targets that allow the company to fine-tune the immune system in autoimmune and inflammatory diseases, as well as cancer.

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