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Venture Funding Deals: Four $100m-Plus Rounds, Including Allogene's $300m

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April had four VC rounds of $100m or more, including Allogene's $300m to develop CAR-T therapies licensed from Pfizer. Innovent Biologics raised $150m, BenevolentAI brought in $115m and Constellation garnered $100m last month.

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