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Chinese Government Venture Firm Funds JV To Explore Early-stage Oncology Trials

This article was originally published in PharmAsia News

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SHANGHAI- Texas-based South Texas Accelerated Research Therapeutics recently announced that it will partner with Shanghai-based venture capital fund Cenova Ventures to form a joint venture to conduct early-stage oncology trials for pharma companies on both sides of the Pacific

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