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Curis launches Chinese labs

September 18, 2006 | APPEARED IN VOLUME 84, ISSUE 38

Curis is launching a chemistry subsidiary in Shanghai that will advance small-molecule cancer therapies the firm began developing with Shanghai ChemPartner earlier this year. Curis says it plans to initiate a round-the-clock development program involving its U.S. operations in Cambridge, Mass.; the new subsidiary, Curis Shanghai; and ChemPartner chemists working under contract. Curis anticipates that its chemistry costs "will be reduced by 65-75% compared to outsourcing chemistry with traditional Western chemistry providers."

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