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Atox ‘Remains On Track’ Despite ACCUTE Setback

CEO Says Reltecimod NDA In NTSI Set For September

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After talking with the FDA, Atox will file an NDA for its necrotizing soft tissue infections therapy despite missing primary endpoints in a pivotal trial, the biotech’s CEO tells Scrip.

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