Kymab Keeps Cash Coming In With $100m Led By Chinese Investors
UK biotech Kymab and its Kymouse platform has added $100m to its cash pile with a Series C financing led by Chinese investors. It plans to enter the clinic next year with its first antibody therapeutic for graft-versus-host disease (GvHD).
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