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Kyowa-Amgen Antibody Deal Worth Up To $520 Million

This article was originally published in PharmAsia News

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Kyowa Hakko struck a deal worth as much as $520 million with Amgen to outlicense a monoclonal antibody Amgen will develop first for inflammatory disease indications, the firms said March 5

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