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NGM Aims For Three Drugs In Clinical Trials, Padded By Cash From Merck

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Privately held NGM Biopharmaceuticals is investing in another dozen preclinical compounds, fueled in part by a rich deal with Merck & Co. that also enables employee expansion, Jeff Jonker explains in interview.

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