Silence unveils more PhI data for siRNA drug in new cardiovascular race targeting Lp(a)

Silence Therapeutics’ siRNA asset showed hints of efficacy in cardiovascular disease patients enrolled in a Phase I trial amid recent readouts from pipeline rivals backed by Big Pharma companies.

The biotech’s drug, zerlasiran, is designed to lower the body’s production of lipoprotein(a), or Lp(a), which is considered a genetic risk…
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