C3 Jian raises $30m to fund Phase I trials for tooth decay drug
This article was originally published in Scrip
In an incisive, oral health drug developer C3 Jian Inc. garnered $30 million in its third round of equity financing to fund human clinical trials for its lead candidate C16G2, a peptide drug targeting tooth decay.
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