Eleven Biotherapeutics Shifts Focus After Trial Failure
This article was originally published in The Pink Sheet Daily
Absorbing a 69% stock price crash after the failure of its pivotal trial of EBI-005 in dry-eye disease, Eleven Biotherapeutics explains why it still has faith in other ocular indications and candidates.
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