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A new Cambridge biotech startup, Navitor Pharmaceuticals, launches today with a $23.5 million Series A funding and a researcher from the Whitehead Institute and MIT as its scientific founder.
Not quite halfway through 2014 and the biotech industry in Massachusetts has already hit a milestone: a record number of young companies debuting on the big stage on Wall Street.
Zafgen Inc. has completed its initial public offering amid strong demand from investors. The Cambridge biotech firm increased the size of the offering and sold shares at the top of its projected range on Wednesday, raising a total of $96 million. The IPO is the 10th by a Massachusetts-based biotech firm so far this year, topping the tally from last year of nine and setting a new record.