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> Juvenescence told Longevity.Technology it has delayed its planned IPO from this year to the second half of 2020. The company now plans to raise a series C round before listing on a U.S. stock exchange. Article

> The FDA accepted DBV Technologies’ application for approval of Viaskin Peanut. The acceptance comes almost 10 months after DBV withdrew its original filing. Release 

> Bavarian Nordic began a phase 1 trial of a vaccine candidate against the equine encephalitis virus. Topline data from the 45-subject study are due next year. Statement 

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> The FDA granted fast-track designation to Mereo BioPharma’s navicixizumab in ovarian cancer. The drug is in phase 1b. Release 

> Galderma said a phase 2 trial “successfully demonstrated the safety and efficacy” of its liquid botulinum toxin type A formulation. A phase 3 trial is due to start soon. Statement 

> Motif Bio revealed it will take “several years” and “tens of millions of dollars” to address the FDA’s request for additional data on its antibiotic iclaprim. Motif wants to find a partner for the trial. Release 

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