ARIBIO Counts On Multi-Modal Drug For Alzheimer's And Vascular Dementia
ARIBIO CEO tells Scrip how the South Korean biotech is aiming to develop a multi-modal drug for both Alzheimer’s disease and vascular dementia using its innovative platform technology, which can cut development periods and costs and better predict clinical trial success.
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