China's Outsource Sales Model Takes A Big Step: SciClone Takes Out NovaMed
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
SciClone Pharmaceuticals will significantly broaden its commercial footprint across China by acquiring privately owned, Shanghai-based specialty pharma NovaMed Pharmaceuticals for close to $62 million plus potential earnouts in a deal that closed April 18
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