Rhovac is open to all sale and partnership opportunities

The biotech company Rhovac has yet again initiated plans for a potential transaction – or a partnership. According to CEO Anders Månsson, the company is "ready for everything."

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All paths are open when it comes to the biotech company Rhovac's journey foward. That is, as long as the results of the ongoing phase IIb trial with its lead candidate, RV001, which is a RhoC-based cancer vaccine, look promising, CEO at Rhovac Anders Månsson tells MedWatch.

On Monday, the Danish biotech business, which is listed in Sweden, announced that it had retained the international investment bank Stifel Nicolaus Europe, and together had begun looking into transaction or partnership opportunities for RV001.

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