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Ziarco Picks Up Pfizer Assets, Series A Round

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A former Pfizer VP used four of the pharma’s programs to secure private financing from an unlikely investor and got the pharma to buy into the new start-up. Now, he hopes to develop next generation treatments for inflammatory and allergic diseases.

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