Onxeo Buys DNA Repair Technology; Delays PhIII For Validive
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Paris, France-based Onxeo, a company focused on the development of orphan oncology therapeutics, has acquired privately held, clinical-stage biopharmaceutical company DNA Therapeutics for its signal-interfering DNA repair technology and first-in-class molecule.
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