More Than 'That Old Shkreli Co.,' KaloBios Ready To Innovate, Change Biotech
KaloBios Pharmaceuticals Inc. is now free of Martin Shkreli, after the pharma 'bad boy' sold his remaining stock, and wants to get on with its work of focusing on R&D of medicines that benefit patients with rare and neglected diseases. But the firm also has some ideas it thinks could change biotech.
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