Abingworth Clinical Co-Development Fund 'Open For Business'
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International investment group Abingworth has closed its eleventh life sciences fund, raising $105m for its Abingworth Clinical Co-Development Fund (ACCF) which will offer a novel co-development investment approach in the life science space.
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