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Forty Seven Raises $75m For Potential 'Universal' CD47 Cancer Therapy

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Forty Seven Inc. has $75m in Series A venture capital and something else that's pretty novel for a startup biotechnology company: an immuno-oncology development program that's already in the clinic with data expected later this year.

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