Venture Funding Deals: Tenaya's $92m, Nuvation's $275m Lead October Rounds
Former Medivation CEO David Hung launched stealthy oncology start-up Nuvation with $275m in series A venture capital, while Tenaya's series B brought in $92m for small molecules as well as cell and gene therapies to treat cardiovascular diseases.
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