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Gene Therapy Firm Freeline Successfully Tops Up Series C

CEO Says $120m Financing Will Advance Key Clinical Programs

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An expanded $120m series C financing will help Freeline advance its lead program in hemophilia B into a pivotal trial next year, CEO Theresa Heggie tells Scrip.

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