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Zucara & CDRD complete licensing deal to select lead therapeutic drug candidate

(The Centre for Drug Research and Development) This new license is an important step forward in bringing a new drug therapy closer to patients living with diabetes. It will enable Zucara to access a promising lead drug candidate and position us to start clinical trials as early as 2018.
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