Celgene Returns To Forma’s Door, This Time With Option To Buy
This article was originally published in The Pink Sheet Daily
The big biotech signed an expansive collaboration with the drug discovery company spanning multiple targets and numerous therapeutic areas. Celgene agreed to pay $225 million upfront and could eventually buy the company.
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