Polpharma Pursues Tysabri Through Antelope Trial
First Patients Recruited In Poland
The first of around 260 patients for a clinical trial comparing its PB006 natalizumab biosimilar candidate to Biogen’s Tysabri reference brand have been recruited by Polpharma Biologics, which has just added Karsten Roth and Alexandra Moulson to its team.
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