Scynexis’ Phase III Success Brings New Antifungal Class Closer To Approval
Biotech plans to file its first-in-class triterpenoid agent for approval in 2020 following a second Phase III study in acute vulvovaginal candidiasis. Beyond that, it hopes for a supplemental approval in recurrent VVC.
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