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Finance Watch: 2018 Biopharma VC Investment Could Beat 2017 One Quarter Ahead Of Schedule

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With biopharma venture capital investment of $9.67bn during the first half, 2018's total is on track to beat 2017 in the third quarter. IPOs, one of the factors fueling VC investment, continue to boom with five more drug developers slated to go public this week.

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