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In Another Blow For HDL Therapies, Cerenis’ CER-001 Stumbles In Phase II

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Intravenous HDL mimetic candidate CER-001 misses endpoint for regression of plaque in Phase IIb study, but Cerenis indicates it’s still committed to the therapy.

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