Top 10 Venture Round Investors in Cancer Therapeutics

by | Jan 22, 2019

Celgene’s recent acquisition offer by Bristol-Myers Squibb has raised attention to its prolific dealmaking history. We covered this in a recent article in Endpoints News. Celgene was also very active in venture round participation. Here’s a quick look at how Celgene ranked in its investment activity since 2010 in venture rounds at cancer therapeutics companies.

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