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Early Stage Biopharma Financings Kept Up Multibillion-Dollar Pace In 2016

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Series A venture capital and seed funding rounds for biopharma firms in 2016 kept pace with the level of investment seen in 2015, excluding one major deal in 2015, laying the foundation for optimism regarding early-stage financings in 2017 for particularly innovative companies.

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