After Record Series A, Eutilex Eyes T-Cell, Antibody Partnerships
Although established only last year, Eutilex is rapidly making its way in the immuno-oncology space. After closing one of the biggest ever Series A funding rounds by a South Korean bioventure, its CEO talks to Scrip about next steps and the priorities for next year.
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