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Zenyaku Ends Japan Alliance With Anthera

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US firm Anthera Pharmaceuticals Inc.'s development partner in Japan for autoimmune disorder drug blisibimod has served a termination notice for the late 2014 deal, but the US firm says the impact could in fact be positive.

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