Deal Watch: Cidara Licenses US Rights To Antifungal Under FDA Review To Melinta
Cidara gets $30m up front for US rights to the weekly echinocandin candidate for candidemia and invasive candidiasis. Takeda walks away from oncolytic virus candidate licensed from Turnstone.
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