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Late-Stage CNS Drugs Key For Alkermes, But Early-Stage IL-2 Agonist Fascinates

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Immuno-oncology R&D based around an interleukin-2 agonist in early clinical studies has attracted attention to Alkermes, but the CNS disorders specialty company is also concentrating on a new mechanism-of-action antidepressant that is nearing the market, and a new antipsychotic.

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