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StromAb, First-In-Class Antibody Dissolves Thrombus In ACUTE Stroke & Cardiovascular Disease, In Production Phase I Clinical Trials
Date:11/21/2013

change the course of treatment of thromboembolic stroke and other ischemic diseases.”

Translational Sciences, Inc. is a privately held biopharmaceutical company that translates scientific insights into first-in-class, biologic agents for cardiovascular diseases.

Interested parties may contact Translational Sciences at 901-274-4506 or email David Pedersen, dpedersen(at)translationalsciences(dot)com

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