Wauwatosa-based CyteGen raises another $1.1 million for anti-aging research

The accelerator building on the UWM Innovation Campus in Wauwatosa.

Wauwatosa-based CyteGen has raised another $1.1 million to fund their research into extending human life and reversing age-related decline. A Jan. 13 SEC filing shows the company raised the $1.1 million in equity through three investors. This is their second funding round. The company also raised $1 million back in April of 2018. CyteGen Corp.

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