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Celgene's Otezla Sale Shows FTC Wants Merging Companies To Ditch Marketed, Not Pipeline, Products

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Companies used to be able to pick which overlapping products to divest to get US Federal Trade Commission merger approval but an FTC study showed certain divestitures weren't working.

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