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TG Therapeutics Raises $60m Following Combo Therapy Success In CLL

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One day after reporting that its umbralisib/ublituximab combo met a PFS endpoint in CLL, TG raises $60m as it prepares for a year-end filing of the combo. Umbralisib monotherapy is under FDA review already.

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