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Helixmith Plunges On Warning Of Possible Offering Delay

Investment Losses Also Concern Shareholders

Executive Summary

Korean venture Helixmith faces another setback following a missed Phase III endpoint for its plasmid DNA neuropathy candidate, with its shares plunging after it warned of a possible delay in a planned rights offering, amid concerns from minority shareholders over other investment losses.

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