Eddingpharm acquires most ACT assets including telatinib
This article was originally published in Scrip
In the latest in a string of licensing deals over the past six months, the Chinese firm Eddingpharm has acquired most of the pipeline assets of the private US venture ACT Biotech, including its lead Phase III-ready molecule for stomach cancer.
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