Ipsen goes back to black
This article was originally published in Scrip
French pharma company Ipsen has reported a return to profit in 2013 after putting behind it a costly venture in hemophilia which saw its partner Inspiration Biopharmaceuticals go bust and investigational candidate OBI-1 sold to Baxter International. Its outlook for 2014 was broadly welcomed by analysts as in line with expectations.
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