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Merck KGaA And Sanofi-Aventis To Co-Develop Cancer Drugs

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In a rare early-stage R&D collaboration, two Big Pharmas will evaluate novel combinations of signaling-pathway anticancers.

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During the fourth quarter of 2010, 86 biopharmaceutical financings totalled $5.73 billion altogether, a whopping 239% increase over the previous three-month period in which 71 deals garnered $1.69 billion. M&A dollar volume also increased - 20 acquisitions brought in a combined $9.4 billion, a large chunk of which was Pfizer's $3.56 billion buy of King. And alliances between universities and biopharma companies, particularly Big Pharma and start-ups, were abundant.

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