Lundbeck Breaks Into MAb Development, Adds To Suite Of Parkinson's Candidates
Denmark's mid-sized biopharma, Lundbeck, has taken another potential Parkinson's disease therapeutic into early clinical studies, the third this year, and this time it's a monoclonal antibody, not a small molecule.
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