Merck KGaA Bags Exclusive Rights To Develop, Sell Debiopharm’s Xevinapant
The IAP antagonist Is In Phase III Trials For Head And Neck Cancer
Germany’s Merck has licensed exclusive rights to develop and sell Debiopharm’s potential first-in-class inhibitor of apoptosis proteins (IAP) antagonist, targeting head and neck cancers.
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