Shire/Baxalta Merger's Benefits Doubted By Wall Street
This article was originally published in The Pink Sheet Daily
Although Shire struggled toward this merger for five months and says it will position Shire as the top rare disease company in the world, analysts question the long-term viability of Baxalta's hemophilia franchise and whether the total benefits warrant the price being paid.
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