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Dr. David Hung has had a distinguished career in biotech, presiding over the development of a blockbuster cancer drug and flipping a company for $14 billion. But the last act, in which he led an Alzheimer’s disease startup through a catastrophic failure, is one from which he’d like to move on.

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  • NELO data will be spectacular
    Its from the ARNA labs
    GPCR technology is 3 for 3 all best in class
    Ralenepig
    Entresimod
    Belviq
    Soon Apd 371 Non opioid pain Non addictive

    He left too soon

  • Jumping on Axovant ship he proved that the first time around he got either unbelievably lucky, or he was just a street smart. Either way, he must be a mediocre scientist/physician.

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