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Bone Therapeutics More Interested In A Partner Than A Buyer

As Hybrigenics Pushes For Merger

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Miguel Forte, Bone Therapeutics CEO, has told Scrip that another approach from French company Hybrigenics about a merger came as a surprise, adding that his priority is the expansion of the Belgian biotech's allogenic cell therapy platform after the recent failure of its Phase III asset for knee osteoarthritis pain.

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