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‘The Next Tulip Mania?’ – Fidelity, Gurnet, Biogen Put A Lens To Funding, Valuations

In 2020, Panelists Predicted Bust

Executive Summary

Venture capital funding for biotechs remains aplenty even as listed companies’ stock prices drop. Biogen’s Papadopoulos, Fidelity’s Kaul and Gurnet’s and ex-Sanofi Viehbacher deliberate on whether there is a valuation disconnect and if this is the next "tulip mania."

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