Eisai Digital Venture Theoria Plans Dementia Data Insights
To Launch Services In 2024
A new digital health venture set up by Eisai plans to start operations in Japan from April 2024 with services related to cognitive impairment and dementia, in line with the Japanese firm's therapeutic advances in this area.
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