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Acucela Strikes Third Ophthalmology Deal With Otsuka For Glaucoma Drug

This article was originally published in PharmAsia News

Executive Summary

Seattle-based ophthalmology specialist Acucela has struck its third partnership with Japanese pharma Otsuka Pharmaceutical Co., this time to collaborate on development of a preclinical glaucoma treatment

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