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Synexus Delivers Fast Phase II Study Patients For Creabilis

Synexus has completed a phase II study for the European biotech, Creabilis, recruiting 26 patients in the UK to the psoriasis trial of its CT327 lead product in just 2 weeks, as part of an international proof-of-concept study. The company delivered the targeted number of patients well within the agreed timelines and budget…

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