Lilly Tries New Neuro Approach With Disarm Buyout
Deal Snapshot: Lilly bets $135m on biotech’s preclinical SARM1 inhibitor program, seeing potential in peripheral neuropathy and possibly some bigger targets in neurology like MS and ALS.
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