UPDATED: Clovis buys EOS for $200m after 2-year interest in lucitanib
This article was originally published in Scrip
Clovis Oncology's surging stock price gave the company the value it needed to acquire EOS for $10m in cash and $190m in Clovis common shares, and to access the private Italian firm's cancer drug lucitanib, which Boulder, Colorado-based Clovis has been tracking for two years.
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