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Singapore’s S*BIO Finds Ideal Partner In CTI For Its JAK2 Inhibitor Abandoned By Onyx

This article was originally published in PharmAsia News

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Cell Therapeutics licenses Phase III pacritinib from Singapore’s S*BIO about a year after Onyx declined an option on the myelofibrosis candidate.

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