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Genetics company welcomes Swisse CEO as a board member

Having led myDNA’s $10m Series A funding round, the CEO of vitamin brand Swisse Wellness Radek Sali has joined the board of the Melbourne-based consumer health venture. myDNA CEO Dr Lior Rauchberger told Dynamic Business that the company’s latest capital raise, which follows a $4.5m seed round in 2015, demonstrates the “market is ready for genetic science ...

15 May 2017Read More

Swisse’s Radek Sali looks for next health kick at myDNA

Having already ridden one health wave, Radek Sali of vitamins outfit Swisse, is jumping on the next big growth opportunity: personalised genetic medicine. Sali, who sold Swisse to Hong Kong-listed Biostime International for $1.7 billion in 2015, has led a $10 million fundraising round for Melbourne genetics company myDNA, as first reported by Street Talk ...

03 May 2017Read More

Treating depression with the right medication – first time

Grief is the most natural human response to loss, and each individual’s experience with it is unique. Therefore, it is no surprise the way in which we respond to it is unique also. For many, overcoming loss is a healing process that can be met with time, yet for others it is more complex, has ...

07 Apr 2017Read More

Dr Lior Rauchberger on Triple M’s The Hot Breakfast

Dr Lior Rauchberger talks about personalised medicine and the role genetics could play in day-to-day life.

22 Nov 2016Read More

DNA the key to caffeine sensitivity

SCIENCE now has the answer to whether you can enjoy that espresso after dinner — or whether you should steer clear of having energy drinks. A new genetic test can discover how sensitive you are to caffeine, using saliva to pinpoint DNA markers and reveal how your body breaks down caffeine.

15 Nov 2016Read More

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