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100K Wellness Project News: Arivale Launches

Geekwire.com posted coverage of the launch party of Arivale, a new “scientific wellness” company that ISB President Dr. Lee Hood and ISB Associate Director Dr. Nathan Price co-founded.

“I think it’s going to be very big,” said Hood in an interview Monday afternoon at his office. “Arivale is the opening shot in a whole new industry called scientific wellness, and it really stands a chance of being the Google or Microsoft of this whole arena.”

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