CG Therapeutics Inc.
This article was originally published in Start Up
It sometimes happens that a medicine developed for one purpose is discovered to work wonderfully well in other, initially unanticipated indications. The founders of CG Therapeutics believe they can benefit from just such serendipity. The start-up company is developing a molecule first pursued at Ohio State University as a long-acting contraceptive some 30 years ago, now as a cancer vaccine meant to treat solid tumors.
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