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Akebia Strikes $350m+ Asian Vadadustat Alliance

This article was originally published in PharmAsia News

Executive Summary

Mitsubishi Tanabe's agreement to acquire selected Asian rights to Akebia's vadadustat will boost the Japanese firm's existing presence in kidney disease while providing important funding for the US company's planned Phase III program with the novel anemia drug.

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