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Rigel Mulls Next Steps After Fostamatinib Fails In Kidney Disease

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Rigel sees positive signs for Tavalisse in failed mid-stage study in autoimmune nephropathy, but investors don't share the optimism, sending the stock down almost 14% on the news.

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