Silence Raises Nearly $10M, Provides Timeline for Pipeline Programs | GenomeWeb

By Doug Macron

Silence Therapeutics this week provided an update on its pipeline and planned restructuring, having recently closed a previously announced stock offering that raised nearly $10 million.

With the cash infusion, Silence said, it is now planning to move its phase I cancer drug Atu027 into another clinical trial and submit a regulatory filing to the US Food and Drug Administration to begin human testing of a second oncology candidate next year.

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