PureTech’s Karuna Gets Another $68m For Re-engineered Lilly CNS Candidate
Karuna Therapeutics plans to expand its development program for lead candidate KarXT beyond its current Phase II trial in schizophrenia. The series B financing follows a $42m series A in 2018.
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