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Cyclerion Readies For Readouts In Sickle Cell, Other Rare, Serious Diseases This Year

Executive Summary

Spun out from Ironwood with a $175m financing, Cyclerion added Bayer and Shire veteran Andreas Busch to its management team as Chief Innovation Officer as it awaits a trio of Phase II data readouts coming this year for its sGC stimulators.

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