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Finance Watch: Lucky Few Raise Cash While Many Public Biotechs Cut Costs

Restructuring Ongoing As Firms Extend Funding Runways

Executive Summary

Public Company Edition: ImmunoGen received the first $75m under a $175m term loan, while Protagonist raised $100m in a follow-on offering, but companies with bankruptcy filings and job cuts outpaced those accessing new capital by a wide margin in late March and early April.

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