Lundbeck ready to take Genmab antibody to phase II

11 years after having entered into a partnership with Genmab about the antibody treatment for disease in the central nervous system, Lundbeck is now ready to start a phase II trial with a potential treatment for multiple system atrophy (MSA).

After an 11-year collaboration, the Danish alliance between Genmab and Lundbeck has reached another clinical milestone, according to the database Clinical Trials, which collects information about research studies.

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