SQZ Biotech has a promising new way of transforming cell behavior. This technology from MIT’s storied Langer Lab is backed by a $500 Million collaboration with Roche, the biggest maker of cancer drugs, and $24 million in VC money.
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LISTEN TO SAL’S INTERVIEW OF ARMON SHAREI, CEO OF SQZ BIOTECH HERE
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