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No Obvious Prescription For Biopharma Investors

This article was originally published in Start Up

Executive Summary

In our second annual Life Science VC Survey, biopharma investors continue to look to oncology and rare disease, while their cold shoulder toward metabolic disease seems to be warming. Even though most agree the traditional biotech funding model is broken, our participants are far from convinced that new models such as asset-based financing are the answer.

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