Precision Medicine For Pseudomonas Spurs Polyphor's Swiss IPO Plans
The Swiss developer of a Phase III potential first-in-class antibiotic for Pseudomonas infections plans to list on the Swiss Stock Exchange, SIX, underlining the unmet need for better drugs for nosocomial pneumonia, and also the upturn in the bourse's popularity for European IPOs.
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