As Biotech Cash Dries Up, Ireland's Priothera Gets EU Backing For Leukemia Drug
€17.5m Loan From European Investment Bank
At a time when the sector has fallen out of favor with venture capitalists and public markets, Irish biotech Priothera is accessing funds from the EU to advance a Phase IIb/III study of mocravimod for acute myeloid leukemia patients receiving hematopoietic stem cell transplants.
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