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GPC Biotech Merger With Agennix May Have A Billionaire’s Reasons For Success

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Key to the deal is investment by German billionaire Dietmar Hopps; GPC, troubled since satraplatin failed to meet trial endpoints, gains Agennix’s NCSLC candidate, talactoferrin.

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