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Deals Of The Week: Novartis Places Bid To Dominate In Cancer

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Novartis beefs up its immunotherapy pipeline, while French biotech Servier makes a play to get in the CART game. Yet, the deal on everybody’s lips is Actavis’ acquisition of Forest. Plus news on Gilead and Pfizer.

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