Tenax endures (another) clinical catastrophe as its PhIII flops, shares blitzed
Another biotech day, another biotech microcap disaster.
Today’s turn goes to Tenax Therapeutics $TENX, a Morrisville, NC company which reported this morning that its Phase III study of its lead drug levosimendan “did not achieve statistically significant reductions in the dual endpoint of death or use of a mechanical assist device at 30 days, nor in the quad endpoint of death, myocardial infarction, need for dialysis, or use of a mechanical assist device at 30 days.”
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