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Takeda and MMV launch new programme to find lead compounds for malaria treatment

19:00 EDT 2 Apr 2017 | Pharmaceutical Technology

Japanese-based Takeda Pharmaceutical Company and Medicines for Malaria Venture in Switzerland (MMV) have signed an agreement to start a new joint research programme aimed at finding lead compounds for malaria treatment.

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