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UCB entrusts Cimzia's psoriasis prospects to Dermira

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UCB has licensed its rheumatoid arthritis drug Cimzia (certolizumab pegol) to Dermira, a private US dermatology company, with the aim of getting it approved as a treatment for psoriasis.

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