SPOTLIGHT: Replydine halts Phase III to conserve cash

Replidyne has stopped enrollment in its Phase III trial of faropenem, a chronic bronchitis treatment. The company said the move is designed to "conserve its cash assets and support initiatives that include pursuing strategic transactions and maintaining its research programs." Replydine's release

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