Merrimack Pharma Cutting Jobs Again After Shelving Third Cancer Drug In Year
Merrimack Pharmaceuticals is ending development of its lead drug MM-310 because of safety concerns, triggering a fresh round of job cuts at the troubled Cambridge, Massachusetts-based biotech.
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