Sirna Plans Layoffs, Tweaks Pipeline To Save Cash; Alnylam to Add Drug Program | GenomeWeb

Sirna this week said it plans to lay off an undisclosed number of employees in a bid to control expenses as it refocuses its resources on three core development programs. The company made the announcement as it reported growing first-quarter operating expenses and a higher net loss.

Sirna peer Alnylam Pharmaceuticals also released its first-quarter financial results this week, posting increased revenues and declining expenses.

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