Robust Appetite For Biosolution IPO As OA Cell Therapy Nears Commercialization
Biosolution's IPO, which was priced at the high end of the range despite dampened biotech sentiment following the arrest of Nature Cell's CEO, is poised to help accelerate commercialization of the South Korean cell therapy company's osteoarthritis treatment CartiLife and the progress of other pipeline assets.
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