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Bill Maris, a managing partner at Google Ventures, has moved the firm's investments toward companies that focus on slowing aging, combating disease, and lengthening life, Bloomberg Business says. A number of these companies are aim to tackle those problems by collecting consumers' DNA — Maris helped form Calico and Google Ventures invested in 23andMe — but he dismisses concerns regarding genetic privacy, it adds.

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