INTERVIEW: Bridge Chief On Pursuing NRDO, Global Ambitions
Bridge Biotherapeutics is off to a great start with its recent successful Series A funding, raising the largest amount so far for a South Korean bioventure. The company’s CEO talks to Scrip about where the company is heading including plans for its first-in-class inflammatory bowel disease candidate and further financings.
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