Bayer bets big as hemophilia competition hots up
This article was originally published in Scrip
Bayer has announced it is investing €500m in Germany to create new manufacturing capacity for two hemophilia A treatments in its late-stage pipeline. The recombinant Factor VIII products in question are BAY 81-8973 and BAY 94-9027, both of which offer improvements over existing therapies.
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