On The Path To Regeneration: NovaGo’s New Approach To Stroke
Zurich University spin-off NovaGo Therapeutics is taking a regenerative approach to stroke, and with €10m funding from a series A round to proceed its preclinical asset into Phase I, it is hoping to be in the clinic within two years.
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