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AC Immune Targeting $50m IPO

Executive Summary

Alzheimer's disease drug and vaccine developer AC Immune SA is aiming to raise $50m via an initial public offering that will take the company public on Nasdaq in the US. This follows a successful series E financing round in May this year that saw the company net $43.5m.

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