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Cynata In Potential Japan Double As Fujifilm Acquires Lead Asset

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Diversified Japanese giant gains global rights to Cynata’s novel therapy for GvHD as part of continued push into cell and regenerative medicine, amid ongoing discussions between Sumitomo Dainippon and the Australian bioventure over a potential wider acquisition.

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