Roche Adds To Its Immuno-Oncology Investments With Inovio Licensing Deal
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Swiss pharma licenses rights to a pair of preclinical, multi-antigen DNA immunotherapies for prostate cancer and hepatitis B, as well as delivery technology. Inovio gets $10 million up front and can earn milestones up to $412.5 million.
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