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UMB licences potential prostate cancer treatment to startup

The University of Maryland, Baltimore has granted Educational & Scientific, LLC an exclusive license with the potential to treat prostate cancer, UM Ventures announced Monday. The agreement allows Educational & Scientific to develop Galeterone, a molecule that could inhibit prostate cancer growth in patients with castration-resistant prostate cancer. The molecule has had successful Phase 1 and Phase ...

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