Biotech’s excesses trouble investors


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Innovation stands at the core of the four-year-long biotech boom, and eager investors fall over themselves to get involved. Take Boston-based exosome-detection startup NanoView Biosciences. The company announced a $10 million Series B round in October, two years after taking ...

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