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Finance Watch: Genmab Launches This Year's Biggest Biopharma IPO In The US

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Public Company Edition: Genmab raised $505.9m while other 17 July IPOs from Fulcrum and Mirum grossed $72m and $75m, respectively. Also, Horizon sells notes to pay down debt and Inovio reduces its workforce by 28%.

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