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Teva Wins Bidding For NuPathe And Its Migraine Patch, Topping Endo

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Teva will be responsible for launching the Zecuity migraine patch after acquiring NuPathe for $144 million upfront. Teva’s $3.65 per share offer for NuPathe trumps Endo’s $2.85 per share, or $105 million, offer.

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