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CrystalGenomics Eyes COVID-19 Trials As Hopes Rise For Ivaltinostat

Also Seeking Pipeline Alliances

Executive Summary

Although the pandemic could slightly delay CrystalGenomics’ business and R&D plans, the South Korean biotech is still hopeful this year will bring long-awaited progress for anticancer candidate ivaltinostat as well as discovery of its potential as a treatment for the new coronavirus.

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