Merck Serono discontinues MS candidate in Phase II
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Merck Serono has discontinued Phase II studies in multiple sclerosis with the injectable B-cell activating factor inhibitor atacicept. Atacicept is licensed to the company by the Seattle-based biotech, Zymogenetics.
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