Biopharmaceutical company Chiasma has updated the terms of its Nasdaq IPO with the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). The company, which recently submitted a request for marketing approval of its drug for treatment of acromegaly, a diseas stemming from excessive hormone growth, will raise $80 million, and up to $92 million if the underwriters options are realized. Barclays Capital and Cowen & Co. are leading the offering with William Blair and Oppenheimer as the secondary underwriters… READ MORE
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