Deal Watch: Gemini Goes Through Second Re-Invention Via Reverse Merger With Disc Medicine
Less than two year after going public by a SPAC merger, Gemini will reverse merge with hematology-focused Disc. Bristol Myers Squibb and GentiBio will join forces on Treg development for inflammatory bowel disorders.
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