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Cardio3 BioSciences Avoiding Binary Event Risks By Adding CAR-T Candidates

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Belgium’s Cardio3 BioSciences aims to apply its experience in developing cell therapies, principally a stem cell therapy for heart failure that is in Phase III trials, to other therapeutic areas, reducing its exposure to the risks of a single success or failure event.

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