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Positive Phase III Results For Relenza Follow-On Owned By Aussie Biotech Biota, Japanese Daiichi Sankyo

This article was originally published in PharmAsia News

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PERTH, Australia - Australian biotech Biota Holdings announced positive Phase III results of its Asian clinical trials for second-generation influenza treatment CS-8958, co-developed and co-owned with Daiichi Sankyo

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