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“Kymab always saw that China was a big opportunity, but we didn’t know how best to realise it”

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Six year-old Kymab has just received $100 million in investment from Shenzhen Hepalink and the Hong Kong-based ORI Healthcare Fund. Kymab’s boss Dave Chiswell says the UK-based biotech firm has raised a total of $220 million in total from the likes of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and said “it’s been quite a long courtship in China”. The Cambridge company specialises in cutting edge antibody customisation and its treatments show great potential in fields like fighting cancer.


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