Royalty Pharma Earns Its Profits The Slow Way
This article was originally published in The Pink Sheet Daily
Paying cash up front to scientists, hospitals, biotechs and pharmas in exchange for their royalty stakes in successful drugs has proven profitable for Royalty Pharma. The firm has begun applying its long-term strategy to late-stage clinical candidates in addition to marketed products.
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