Kolon TissueGene Faces Delisting In Korea On Invossa Uncertainties
Kolon TissueGene is facing delisting in South Korea after the recent revocation of approval of gene therapy Invossa, which could fuel legal action from shareholders. The company still hopes to resume Invossa trials in the US by submitting additional data demanded by the FDA.
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