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Santhera Raises CHF45m Ahead Of Duchenne Drug Filing

Vamorolone Submission Planned For Q1 Next Year

Executive Summary

A mix of equity and debt financing has raised enough to satisfy Santhera's liquidity needs until mid-2022, which will be after the Swiss firm has filed its Duchenne drug vamorolone.

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