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With Trio Of 2011 Deals, Alexion Looks To Nearly Double R&D Spending In 2012

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The biotech, which is enjoying growing sales of high-priced, ultra-orphan terminal complement inhibitor Soliris, also has a pipeline of four other clinical and preclinical candidates for rare diseases.

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