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August 5, 2014
06:03 EDTKOOLCesca Therapeutics and Fortis Healthcare announce master collaboration
Cesca Therapeutics and Fortis Healthcare announced a master collaboration agreement that extends their important existing relationship. The agreement affirms Cesca's cellular therapy and cord blood bank at the Fortis Hospital Memorial Research Institute, or FMRI, in Gurgaon, renews the cord blood banking collaboration and launches the stem cell therapy services for hematological diseases across the Fortis network. The scope of services now provide for specific regenerative medicine programs including: cord blood banking services, point of care autologous cell therapy product and services, hematopoietic stem cell therapy services and oncological cellular therapy services.
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September 1, 2015
09:10 EDTKOOLCesca Therapeutics secures $15M financing from institutional life sciences fund
Cesca Therapeutics announced the signing and initial closing of a definitive agreement on August 31 to raise $15M in senior secured convertible debentures and warrants from one institutional investor. The company intends to use the gross proceeds from the private placement for working capital in support of its ongoing clinical initiatives. The company received $5.5M in gross proceeds at the initial closing. At the second closing, the balance of $9.5M will be placed into a restricted control account and will be released to the company upon the achievement of agreed upon milestones, including approval from the California Institute for Regenerative Medicine of the company's application for matching funds in the form of a CIRM grant. The debentures bear no interest, may be convertible into shares of the company's common stock at a conversion price of $0.68 per share and are secured by all of the company's assets. In connection with the transaction, the company also issued Series A warrants to purchase up to 22,058,823 million shares of the common stock at $0.68 for a period of five and one-half years and Series B warrants to purchase up to 12,132,353 million shares of common stock at $0.68 for a period of eighteen months. The Series A and B warrants are subject to vesting based upon the amount of funds actually received by the company in the sale of the senior secured convertible debentures and are exercisable upon the earlier of the approval of the transaction by the company's stockholders and the 6 month anniversary of the issuance date.

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