AbbVie Halts Another Trial With I-Mab Antibody, Slashes Deal Size
AbbVie is to terminate the clinical development of lemzoparlimab for myelodysplastic syndrome and acute myeloid leukemia and will also reduce the size of its 2020 deal with originator I-Mab by $445m, in the latest blow to the Chinese firm.
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