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Shire Backs Hemophilia Focus With Asset Updates, Irish iPATH Study

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Newly enlarged Shire PLC is showcasing its Baxalta component's dynamic hematology portfolio and pipeline at the WFH congress in Orlando, Florida and tells Scrip of its plans for a novel study in Ireland with renowned institutions there using advanced data technology to redefine hemophilia care.

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