'Not Happy' with Progress of Calando Phase I Solid Tumor Rx, Arrowhead Adding Third Clinical Site | GenomeWeb

By Doug Macron

Admitting that it is "not happy" with the progress of its subsidiary's phase I study of an siRNA-based cancer drug, Arrowhead Research said last week that it is preparing to add a third clinical site to the trial to accelerate patient enrollment.

The company added that the move will enable the unit, Calando Pharmaceuticals, to remain on track to complete the trial by the end of the year.

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