Kazia Suffers Brain Cancer Drug Setback But All Hope Not Lost
Paxalisib Pulled From GBM Platform Study
News that the Australian biotech's paxalisib did not meet pre-defined criteria to continue into the second stage of a major glioblastoma platform trial saw Kazia's stock crash, but investor reaction appears to be excessive.
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