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Bioverativ Hits The Street Ready To Expand In Blood Disorders

Executive Summary

Bioverativ will spin out from Biogen Feb. 1 as a biotech focused on rare blood disorders, particularly hemophilia. With two marketed drugs, a lifecycle management strategy and leverage to bring in new assets, CEO John Cox says the company is ready to go it alone.

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