MDRNA Begins Primate Studies in Liver Cancer Program, Adds Bladder Cancer to Pipeline | GenomeWeb

By Doug Macron

This story has been updated to include company comment on its newly announced bladder cancer program.

MDRNA has begun non-human primate studies within its lead liver cancer program with the goal of selecting a lead drug candidate by the end of the year and potentially filing an investigational new drug application by late 2010, a company official said last week.

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