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What Medarex Has To Offer At $2.4 Billion

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Bristol-Myers Squibb's July 22 offer to buy Medarex for $2.4 billion seems to be a coup for the biotech. While most biotechs are struggling to raise money, Medarex enticed a suitor to pay nearly double its recent stock price

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