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Korea Races For IPF Drug Development Amid Keen Global Interest

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Following major global licensing out deals in the sector this year by South Korean bioventures Bridge Biotherapeutics and TiumBio, Scrip takes a look at why firms in the country are competitively pursuing development of drugs for IPF.

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