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Vertex Plays Defense In CF With Concert Deal

Executive Summary

Vertex is spending $160m to acquire Concert's "enhanced" version of its own blockbuster cystic fibrosis treatment Kalydeco, known as CTP-656, in a defensive move that could allow the company to simplify its dosing regimens and differentiate its products against future competition.

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