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Tie-Up Moves Kangstem's Novel Stem Cell Therapy Towards Globalization

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Helped by a new partnership with Belgium-based MaSTherCell, the South Korean biotech is aiming to initially challenge the European market with a stem cell therapy for atopic dermatitis, derived from human umbilical cord blood.

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