Onyx Walks Away From Option To Develop S*BIO JAK2 Inhibitors; S*BIO CEO Looks To Chart A New Course
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
Although anxious to move forward into Phase III trials, Singapore-based S*BIO announced May 4 that partner Onyx Pharmaceuticals will not exercise its options to develop S*BIO's JAK2 inhibitors SB1518 and SB1578. The Singapore biotech has regained full rights to the janus kinase inhibitors and will now look for a new partner to help move forward in development
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