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Intarcia Forgoes Partnerships, Raises $210M In Equity And Debt Instead

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Rather than partner its implantable formulation of exenatide, the biotech turned to hedge funds and other non-traditional investors for the year’s largest round of private capital. The deal enables Intarcia to begin Phase III trials on lead program ITCA-650 for type 2 diabetes, which it believes could be a blockbuster.

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