Agendia to Invest New VC Cash in R&D; Firm Begins Talks with US FDA for MammaPrint Dx | GenomeWeb

Dutch biotech Agendia last week closed a third round of financing with several European backers for an undisclosed amount, and is now in the thick of plans to seek regulatory approval for its MammaPrint test in the US.

Agendia said it has concluded a third financing round, led by Gilde Healthcare and the Van Herk Group. Van Herk, Gilde, AXA Private Equity Venture Funds, Global Life Sciences Ventures, and the Netherlands Cancer Institute are Agendia's current investors.

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