Prosidion's future up in the air as Astellas begins assessing options
This article was originally published in Scrip
Astellas has begun considering strategic options for the future of its UK R&D subsidiary Prosidion, which it acquired last year as part of the purchase of OSI Pharmaceuticals but now apparently considers surplus to its core interests.
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