Promising Progress With ViroMed, Corestem’s Gene/Cell ALS Therapies
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
Two South Korean bioventures have highlighted positive clinical progress for their gene- and cell-based novel therapies for ALS at the recent ALS/MND International Symposium in Orlando, with ViroMed unveiling the results of a Phase I/II US study for VM202 and Corestem presenting a Phase II study for Neuronata-R, the world's first commercialized stem cell therapy for the debilitating disease.
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