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Millendo Raises $62m, Licenses AstraZeneca Drug

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Millendo Therapeutics raised $62m in a Series B round led by New Enterprise Associates and the endocrine disorder-focused biotech firm licensed a polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) drug candidate from AstraZeneca PLC in a deal that will widen the company's focus.

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