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Yuhan Licenses Out Degenerative Disc Therapy To Spine Despite Earlier Trial Failure

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South Korean pharma firm licenses out to US venture Spine Biopharma novel peptide drug for degenerative disc disease YH14618, despite a Phase II failure and trial halt in 2016.

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