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Genzyme’s Asian Expertise Drives Alnylam Co-Development Pact For TTR Candidates

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RNAi pioneer Alnylam is partnering its transthyretin-mediated amyloidosis program with Genzyme in Japan and Asia-Pacific, while planning to keep rest-of-world rights to the program in-house.

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