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Roche’s Pirfenidone Bet Validates China Venture

This article was originally published in PharmAsia News

Executive Summary

China was probably not a major consideration in Roche’s $8 billion-plus bet on U.S. biotech InterMune and its mainstay product pirfenidone, but the figure paid for the acquisition may be seen as validation for a Chinese biotech that has already commercialized its version of the drug for IPF.

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