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Krystexxa: Big Expectations For An Orphan Market

Executive Summary

Savient's Krystexxa, an orphan drug candidate for treatment-failure gout, could bring in $600 million or more in worldwide sales by 2015, considerably bumping up the firm's potential value and making it pretty enough for picking as a potential acquisition candidate - or at the very least a collaboration partner

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