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Protecting Against Hearing Loss: Acousia Pursues A New Approach

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German biotech Acousia Therapeutics closes a series B round with corporate and institutional VC firms, and aims to advance its drugs into clinical trials for hearing loss associated with cancer chemotherapy. 

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