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Kolon Ends One Asian Invossa Contract, But Hopes To Keep Others

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Korean firm Kolon terminates one Asia supply contract for Invossa, but appears hopeful it can maintain other remaining deals as it counts on resuming US clinical trials with the troubled gene therapy.

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