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In the spring of 2014, a small Michigan-based biotech closed a $6.5 million deal to buy several cell therapies from the French drug giant Sanofi. They included a technology to treat weekend warriors with worn-out knees, and a new kind of skin graft for people with catastrophic burns.

Almost exactly five years later, the acquisitions look like a smart move.

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