Acusphere closes $20 million financing deal with Cephalon

November 2008
Medical Device Daily;11/4/2008, Vol. 12 Issue 215, p6
The article reports on the $20 million financing deal reached by Acusphere with Cephalon in November 2008. Included in the deal is a $15 million senior secured convertible note and a $5 million upfront fee for an exclusive global license to A1-525 injectable formulation of celecoxib. Also described are the features of Imagify, the lead product candidate of Acusphere.


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