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Biocartis Completes EUR 71 Million (USD 100 Million) Series C Fund Raising
Date:11/17/2011

ers, Rudi Pauwels (Benaruca), Rudi Mariën (Biovest), Domenico (Dinko) Valerio (Aescap), Pietro Scalfaro (Debiopharm), Greg Parekh (New Rhein), Jean Deleforge (bioMerieux) will be joined by new Board members, Vincent Vliebergh (Korys), Alex Dittmair (Valiance), Christine Deuschel (Debiopharm) and Staf Van Reet (J&J). Current Board members Ruth Devenyns (KBC Private Equity) and Shahzad Malik (Advent Venture Partners) will stand down having greatly contributed to the Company's development to this stage.

The Series C financing round was led by Biocartis' senior management and Peter Verhaeghe, managing partner at VVGB in Brussels, Belgium.

About Biocartis (http://www.biocartis.com)

Biocartis aims to transform the global diagnostics market by making personalized medicine an everyday reality. The challenge Biocartis addresses is to enable the broadest possible access to new technologies that will allow individual diagnoses to be made quickly based on a systematic analysis of the wealth of rapidly emerging biomarkers rather than solely on physiological symptoms as they are today.  Ending the 'one drug fits all' paradigm will empower physicians to make better diagnoses based on better information and help tackle efficacy failings and increasing healthcare costs.
Biocartis intends to become a fully integrated provider of novel, broadly applicable molecular diagnostics and immunodiagnostics solutions (instruments, analytical techniques, chemistries, sample preparation and other innovative tools) with high-value clinical assay menus. These solutions are designed to be compatible with deployment in a wide variety of health care settings, providing rapid, high-quality care close to the patient. Biocartis' vision is shared by its current collaborators which include bioMerieux and Janssen Pharmaceutica (J&J).

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