Pfizer discontinues Trubion's TRU-015 for rheumatoid arthritis
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Pfizer has discontinued development of Trubion Pharmaceuticals' TRU-015, which was in Phase II development for the treatment of rheumatoid arthritis under the companies' CD20 collaboration. However, it intends to continue development of a follow-on compound, SBI-087.
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