Threshold And Molecular Templates Merge To Test The Power Of Two
Although a vehicle for Molecular Templates to take its Engineered Toxin Bodies oncology platform public, the combined company also will seek a pathway to approval for Threshold's evofosfamide for pancreatic cancer in Japan.
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