JPM Parting Shots: Milestones Ahead For Prothena, Sage, Aimmune, UniQure
This article was originally published in Scrip
It takes weeks to recover from the biopharma industry's yearly pilgrimage to San Francisco, so as Scrip continues to sort through notes taken and business cards collected during the 34th Annual J.P. Morgan Healthcare Conference from Jan. 11 to 14, we've put together some pipeline updates from interviews that didn't make it into our initial reporting from the meeting.
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