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FINANCE ROUNDUP: A New VC Fund, A $60m Collaboration Boost, And 14 Funding Rounds

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Executive Summary

Private investment in biotechnology companies continues to churn out startups and support the next stage of drug development for established early-stage firms, despite the rollercoaster rise and fall of public biotech company valuations, with venture capital firms continuing to raise money for new funds and invest the proceeds in new opportunities.


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