Pharmicell Eyes US After Promising Cirrhosis Cell Therapy Results
South Korea's Pharmicell is taking steady steps towards commercializing a stem cell therapy for alcoholic liver cirrhosis, an area with outstanding needs, following a successful Phase II domestic trial that lays the ground for a Phase III program and the start of US clinical development.
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