Faron’s Traumakine Flops In Phase III
Faron Pharmaceuticals’ stock has plummeted more than 80% on the news its lead drug failed in a Phase III trial – the company will now shift its focus to an investigational cancer therapy, but this is yet to enter the clinic.
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