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Theravance Re-Introduces Vibativ In The U.S. Independently (For Now)

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Executive Summary

The biotech is bringing is long-plagued antibiotic back to U.S. patients, but is still searching for another company to help with commercialization efforts. Meanwhile, plans for its split and the launch of its partnered COPD drug are on track.

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