As RNAi Rx Space Heats Up, Norwegian Shop Pins Hopes on Cancer Candidate; Clinical Trials in 08? | GenomeWeb

With several RNAi-based drugs in the clinic, including one already in phase II trials, the number of companies working in the field continues to grow. One of the newest is Norway-based siRNAsense, which is focusing on cancer and says it could be ready for human trials of its own -possibly as early as 2008.

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