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Growth Anticipated For RNA Therapies In New Indications

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The approval of several novel RNA therapeutics in the last five years and the success of the COVID-19 mRNA vaccines has revived interest in the potential of RNA-based therapies. DTx Pharma hopes to use fatty acid conjugation to improve the delivery and duration of small interfering RNA therapeutics for rare diseases.

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