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This article from Forbes reports on a new venture capital fund started by three former executives of Millennium Pharmaceuticals: Mark Levin, Kevin Starr, and Bob Tepper. They just raised $378 million for what they're calling Third Rock Ventures. According to the article, the fund will be closely managing startup companies, and will "only look at a few biotechs, each getting a few tens of millions of dollars."

 

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