Macrophage Pharma Seeks Funding To Take Novel Cancer Therapy Forward
CEO Says Money Would Fund Lead Asset’s Clinical Development
Macrophage Pharma’s lead asset will advance to clinical trials next year, making a series B financing round necessary, the UK biotech’s CEO tells Scrip.
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