Genmab ditches drug candidate

The biotech firm genmab shelves cancer project which US J.P. Morgen predicted would have sales potential at USD 2bn per year.

Photo: Lars Møller / Genmab / PR

The Danish biotech firm Genmab has lost a potential blockbuster drug. Genmab has decided to ditch the drug candidate enapotamab vedotin for treating cancer, which the firm announces in a statement.

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