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Finland's Biotie Therapies Renegotiates Nalmefene Deal And Receives €30 Million Funding Lifeline

This article was originally published in The Pink Sheet Daily

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With the end of its cash runway on the horizon, Finland’s Biotie Therapies has received an equity investment of €10 million from Lundbeck and €20 million from institutional investors, after renegotiating the ex-Europe part of its worldwide nalmefene licensing pact.

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