Based in Delft, Bi/ond’s technology is already being deployed across The Netherlands and beyond, notably at Leiden University Medical Center, where clinicians are making heart tissues using Bi/ond’s microchips, and Erasmus University Medical Center, where researchers are developing breast cancer models that will eventually guide therapy selection. Bi/ond’s approach is to embrace human genetic variation in developing more inclusive and precision drugs for all populations . . .

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