FINANCE ROUNDUP: Six VC financings and a royalty deal
This article was originally published in Scrip
Biotechnology companies and their investors came back from summer break with a slew of venture capital funding rounds and a royalty deal, although it remains to be seen how many early-stage firms will remain financially independent with large biotech and pharmaceutical companies raising massive stockpiles of cash.
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