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Finally! Shire And Baxalta Sign $32bn Deal To Form Largest Rare Disease Company

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Shire plc and Baxalta Incorporated have confirmed they are to merge. The combined company, which will be 34% owned by Baxalta shareholders, will be "the partner of choice in rare diseases," claimed Shire CEO Flemming Ornskov.

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