Start-Up Tries Crowdfunding To Revive Brain Cancer Drug Berubicin
Emerging Company Profile: Texas start-up CNS Pharmaceuticals sees a bright future for blood-brain barrier-crossing berubicin, which is nearing the end of its patent life.
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