Thrive Earlier Detection, the developer of an early cancer screening blood test invented at JHU, has raised $257m in series B funding.

Thrive Earlier Detection, a US-based cancer screening technology spinout of Johns Hopkins University, collected $257m yesterday in a series B round co-led by Casdin Capital and Section 32. Bain Capital Life Sciences, a subsidiary of private equity firm Bain Capital, also invested, as did Brown Advisory, Driehaus Capital Management, Intermountain Ventures, Janus Henderson Investors, Lux…

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