Takeda Builds On Vaccines With Inviragen Acquisition
This article was originally published in The Pink Sheet Daily
The Japanese pharma will pay $35 million to acquire the private vaccines maker, which has a dengue vaccine in Phase II development. Takeda has made vaccines a priority and has been actively building the business through acquisitions.
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