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Outlicensing Offers Benefits to Japanese Pharma – Aveo CEO

This article was originally published in PharmAsia News

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By outlicensing early-stage compounds, Japanese pharma can gain benefits beyond receiving licensing fees, including de-risking Japanese development, according to a U.S. biotech CEO

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