Celltech and American Cyanamid
Lederle parent is Celltech's partner in a cancer research agreement. Lederle will shepherd through clinical trials, FDA review, and marketing any products developed by the British research firm. Celltech will receive $7.5 mil. initially for two years "to develop a new approach to antibody cancer imaging and therapy using" second generation "monoclonal antibodies," Celltech announced ("The Pink Sheet" April 14, In Brief).
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