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Healius, Australia’s second largest medical centre operator and formerly known as Primary Healthcare has rejected a US$1.2 billion bid from China’s Jangho Group.
Summerset Group achieved 193 sales for the quarter ending 31 December 2018, comprising 112 new sales and 81 resales.
Keep your diaries clear for a couple of HealthInvestor Asia events coming up soon. On 27 February, HealthInvestor Asia will hold a seminar focused on the opportunities for healthcare businesses to create pan-Asian platforms in today’s market.
Kuala Lumpur-based private investment firm RHL Ventures has invested in healthcare SaaS platform HealthMetrics’ follow on round. The size of the investment has not been disclosed.
Ophtecs, a manufacturer of contact lens solutions headquartered in Kobe City, Japan, has acquired a 100% stake in Dutch contact lens manufacturer Microlens Contactlens Technolgy. The purchase price is undisclosed.
Germany’s Indivumed has launched the "Cancer Library Initiative", an operation to further accelerate precision diagnostics and personalised treatment for cancer patients, in collaboration with A*STAR's Institute of Molecular and Cell Biology (IMCB) in Singapore.
Fujifilm has announced plans to invest ¥10 billion (US$90 million) in order to expand its bio contract development and manufacturing organisation (CDMO) business. This investment will include the expansion of existing production facilities at its North Carolina location to support the growing needs of its customer portfolio.
OrigiMed has formally announced the completion of its Series B financing. This round of financing is led by Grand Flight Investment. The pre-A financing investor Wedo Capital continued to invest.
Ascentage Pharma and The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center have announced a five-year strategic collaboration agreement to advance the development of five potential new cancer therapies.
Antengene, a clinical stage therapeutics company focused on oncology, has completed US$120 million Series B funding. It was jointly led by Boyu Capital and FountainVest, with participation from Celgene Corporation, WuXi AppTec, and Taikang.
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