Interview: C4XD Chief Sees Indivior Pact As First Of Many
The deal for an oral orexin-1 receptor antagonist which aims to treat addiction by targeting the craving process validates C4XD's strategy of out-licensing preclinical programs. CEO Clive Dix told Scrip more agreements will follow as the firm "is not a one-trick pony."
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