D-Pharm considers plugging gap with Thrombotech buy
This article was originally published in Scrip
D-Pharm has confirmed that it is in talks to acquire fellow Israeli firm Thrombotech. D-Pharm is keen to fill quickly the gap left by the failure of its lead product candidate DP-b99, which was in pivotal Phase III trials as a treatment for acute ischaemic stroke until January this year when an advisory committee concluded that it had little chance of success.
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