Well-Funded Chinese Venture Races To Clinic Amid Reviving CNS Interest
SciNeuro’s latest in-licensing deals include three assets for major neurodegenerative diseases from Lilly and Mabylon, but the Chinese bioventure is looking beyond the shopping spree at what it sees as outstanding CNS needs.
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