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Afferent raises $55m from IPO-focused investors

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San Mateo, California-based Afferent Pharmaceuticals will prepare for a Phase III study for lead drug candidate AF-219 and take a second P2X3 antagonist into the clinic with $55m in venture capital from investors that hope the private company will go public fairly soon.

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