Interview: Oryzon Chief Highlights CNS Opportunities
After the setback of Roche pulling the plug on a potentially lucrative cancer partnership last year, the Spanish biotech tells Scrip it has bounced back with a compound that shows potential in Alzheimer's, multiple sclerosis and other neurodegenerative and psychiatric diseases.
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Start-ups in Spain will descend on the Andalusian city next week for the BioSpain meeting in search of national and international investors and collaborators to boost their respective R&D pipelines.