GSK Pays $31.5 Million Upfront, Plus Milestones To Access Angiochem’s Rare Disease Technologies
This article was originally published in The Pink Sheet Daily
GlaxoSmithKline takes aim at neurological symptoms of lysosomal storage diseases, increasing likely future competitive pressure on Sanofi's and Shire's rare disease products.
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