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Chapel Hill startup with ties to UNC lands rights to drug offering hope to cystic fibrosis patients


Path BioAnalytics (PBA), a precision medicine startup with ties to UNC, has scored the rights to a new drug therapy offering hope to cystic fibrosis (CF) patients with rare mutations. PBA is a graduate of Launch Chapel Hill, an accelerator program based in Chapel Hill, as well as the Kenan Flagler Business School program Startup UNC. (WRAL Tech Wire)

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