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NEW YORK – Cancer detection technology firm StageZero Life Sciences said on Thursday it has raised C$2.7 million ($2.1 million) of its targeted C$3.7 million private placement financing round.

The company, which has offices in Richmond Hill, Ontario, added that it expects the round to close by July 19 and the private placement is fully subscribed.

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