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Happify Health Collaborates With Biogen To Support People Living With Multiple Sclerosis

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Biogen and Happy Health announced a pilot partnership to evaluate Happify Health’s Kopa app to support people living with multiple sclerosis. This follows a licensing deal with digital therapeutics developer MedRhythms to support MS patients with gait deficit.

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