Calithera Drops Development Of Lead Candidate Telaglenastat
Interim Phase II Lung Cancer Data Underwhelming
Calithera’s most advanced oncological asset, telaglenastat, has failed in yet another indication, prompting the company to fall back on candidates in-licensed from Takeda just last month.
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