3-V Biosciences raises $28.5m in Series D
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Oncology and infectious diseases company 3-V Biosciences has raised $28.5m in a Series D venture round co-led by NEA, Kleiner Perkins, Rock Springs Capital Management and Ally Bridge Group.
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