BMS Scoops Cormorant In $520M Immuno-Oncology Deal
Bristol-Myers Squibb Co. has bolstered its immuno-oncology ambitions by acquiring IL-8 focused Cormorant Pharmaceuticals AB, the 4-year old Swedish biotech. Cormorant’s shareholders are getting $95M up front with the promise of a further $425M if milestones are achieved.
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