Parker Institute-allied Tessa grabs an $80M round for its next-gen cancer cell therapies
Last summer the Parker Institute for Cancer Immunotherapy raised eyebrows in R&D circles with its announcement that it was allying itself with a little-known biotech based on Singapore that was taking a novel approach to adoptive cell therapies. Now, the biotech — Tessa Therapeutics — has raised $80 million from a well-heeled group that includes the sovereign wealth fund for Singapore to finish a Phase III quest aimed at one of the Holy Grails of cancer R&D.
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