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Acacia Pharma Raises £15 Million ($23.5 Million) to Advance Clinical Development of Lead Products for Supportive Care
Date:9/3/2013

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Novo (http://www.novo.dk).is the holding company of the Novo Group, and is wholly owned by the Novo Nordisk Foundation. It was established in 1999 to manage the assets of the foundation and actively make investments on its behalf. Novo Ventures focuses on life sciences venture capital, and is active in both Europe and North America. The firm has four partners in Copenhagen, one in London and four in San Francisco. With an evergreen structure, it annually invests approximately $150 million in venture capital into private and public life sciences companies.

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Lundbeckfond Ventures (http://www.lundbeckfondventures.dk) is an evergreen life science venture fund investing in companies in Europe and in the US. It is financially driven and invests primarily in drug development, as well as in medtech. Lundbeckfond Ventures is part of the asset management subsidiary of the Lundbeck Foundation which in addition to substantial financial assets has controlling ownerships in H. Lundbeck A/S, ALK-Abelló A/S and Falk A/S.

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