NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Dicerna Pharmaceuticals last week reported its third-quarter financial results, posting higher losses amid increased spending on its drug-development programs.

Dicerna's net loss for the period rose to $11.2 million from $4.5 million the year before.

Meanwhile, research and development costs climbed to $7.5 million from $2.4 million, reflecting the initiation of clinical testing of its Phase I cancer drug DCR-MYC and preparations to advance the preclinical primary hyperoxaluria 1 treatment DCR-PH1 into human trials.

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