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GSK/ChemoCentryx Crohn’s Failure May Sink Hefty Phase III Program

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SHIELD-1 failure puts the entire 2,500-patient plus Phase III clinical program in limbo as GSK rethinks its Crohn’s disease approach and partner ChemoCentryx’s stock loses close to half its value.

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