Nature Cell Keeps Hopes Up For JointStem Despite Conditional Approval Rejection
Nature Cell remains positive on its degenerative osteoarthritis therapy JointStem as it seeks to move on to a Phase III study in South Korea, and reattempts to seek conditional approval after its initial such filing based on Phase II results was rejected earlier this year.
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