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NPS Seeks Development Partners For Preos And Teduglutide, Reduces Force

This article was originally published in Pharmaceutical Approvals Monthly

Executive Summary

NPS Pharmaceuticals is reducing its workforce and consolidating operations while continuing to advance two pipeline candidates - the osteoporosis agent Preos and the gastrointestinal treatment teduglutide -following a review of its financial situation

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