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Gene Signal Novel Corneal Neovascularization Product Still On Track Despite Primary Endpoint Miss

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Although visual acuity is no longer thought to be a useful primary endpoint for drugs targeting corneal neovascularization, Gene Signal will keep developing its first-in-class antisense product in that and other ophthalmic indications.

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